Los Angeles County Museum of Art

November 20, 2017

On August 8, 1940, Salvador Dalí arrived in New York, having fled Nazi-occupied France. One of the chief protagonists of Surrealism—and certainly the movement’s most notorious practitioner—the flamboyant, often controversial, and exuberantly self-promoting artist was already well known in America. Dalí created a large body of work during his exile...   Read On »

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