Dalí | Duchamp
Dalí | Duchamp is the first publication to explore the unique relationship between Marcel Duchamp and Salvador Dalí. Highlights include previously unpublished photographs and letters alongside intriguing examples of both artists’ most captivating works.
Though polar opposites at first glance – Duchamp, the father of conceptual art who rejected painting in 1918, and showmanlike Dalí, the exceptional painter of fantastical landscapes – the two men were united by a combination of humour and scepticism which led both to challenge conventional views of art and life.
|Publisher||Royal Academy of Arts|
|Contributors||Dawn Ades, William Jeffett, Pilar Parcerisas et al.|
|Type of book||Exhib'publication|
|Museum / Place||Royal Academy of Arts, London|