• Gala Dalí's Irrepressible Legacy

    2 monthes ago - By AnOther

    Women, in general, have been hard done by when it comes to the history of the Surrealist movement. Often relegated to the status of wives, lovers, and/or muses - cast in ancillary roles, written about and remembered only in the context of providing support, sex and stimulus to the Great Men around them - it's only been in more recent years that we've seen an explosion of interest in their lives and, crucially, their work. From Lee Miller to Valentine Penrose to Leonor Fini, it's a rich time...
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