The World's Greatest Painters

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Salvador Dalí

Salvador Dalí was one of the leading exponents of surrealism and one of the most masterful figures in 20th century art. He was both one of the most controversial and popular artists. Influenced by Impressionism at a very young age, he left his native Figueras to go to Madrid. In 1929, in Paris, he officially joined the Surrealist group. The artist drew on his psychoses and painted his deepest obsessions. Often denounced for his provocations, his taste for money and his provocative political stances, Dalí created event at each appearance and quickly became a media phenomenon. The one who nicknamed himself the ''polymorphous pervert'' made his approach around intriguing erotic universes that turned the art world upside down.

Duration : 52 mins

Producer : Blue Bird Productions

Production year : 2021

Production country : France