DAILY ART FIX: THAT TIME SALVADOR DALI MET SIGMUND FREUD

Art world links which caught my eye…

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Salvador Dali “Sigmund Freud”

Surrealism was inspired in part by Sigmund Freud’s theories of the unconscious and dreams. In 1938 Surrealist painter Salvador Dali arranged an awkward meeting with the celebrated analyst.

Key quote from the article:

While small chat was exchanged between Freud, Gala and James, Dali began sketching. He suddenly saw Freud as a gastropod:

“Freud’s cranium is a snail! His brain is in the form of a spiral – to be extracted with a needle!”

Read the article here: DANGEROUS MINDS – THAT TIME SALVADOR DALI MET SIGMUND FREUD

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