Dirty Dalí: A Private View

12/04/2010

Critic Brian Sewell had a “mutually confessional” sexual friendship with surrealist master Salvador Dali, which flowered over four summers at Dalí’s home in Spain. Sewell makes the case that Dalí was a painter of technical brilliance whose talent reached its high point in the 1930s, but declined into vulgarity when he moved to the US and embraced the cult of celebrity.

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