Edited by the co-curators of the Meadows Museum, SMU exhibition of the same title, 'Dali: Poetics of the Small, 1929-1936' focuses on Salvador Dali's influences, iconography, technique, and materials throughout what was arguably the most productive period of his career: a span of eight years during which the artist was an active member of the Surrealist group and completed nearly two hundred paintings - half of which were small in format, with the smallest measuring a mere two or three inches. This richly illustrated catalogue promises readers a closer look into Dali's penchant for painting on a small scale.
Hardcover, 157 pages
Exhibition curated by Mark A. Roglan and Shelley DeMaria of the Meadows Museum, SMU
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