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Salvador Dalí

Salvador Dalí

(1904-1989) Dalí, the great multidisciplinary artist of the 20th century and of surrealism, is best known for his stunning dreamlike images, which already gained renown and popularity during the artist’s life. Being an extremely independent, imaginative artist, he always showed a distinct tendency toward rather outlandish behaviour. At the Students’ Residence, he made friends with the great poet Federico García Lorca and the filmmaker Luis Buñuel. At the presentation of Buñuel’s film “Un perro andaluz”, he met Gala, who would become his wife and his muse, a key figure in his artistic creation.

WORKS | Salvador Dalí