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Paris, New York and Madrid: Picasso and Dalí before Great International Exhibitions

AuthorsCabañas Bravo, Miguel ; Murga Castro, Idoia
KeywordsPablo Picasso
Salvador Dalí
International Exhibitions
Exposición Interncional de París 1937
1939 New York World's Fair
Bienal Hispanoameria de Arte 1951
Issue Date2015
PublisherSalvador Dali Museum
CitationAvant-garde Studies 1: 1- 21 (2015)
AbstractParis 1937, New York 1939 and Madrid 1951: these three occasions in these three major cities are good examples of the climaxes in Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí confrontation. These international events show their relative divergences, postures, commitments and ways of conceiving art, as well as their positions in relation to Spain. After examining the origins of their relationship, which began in 1926, these three spaces and times shall guide our analysis and discussion of this suggestive relationship.
DescriptionCabañas Bravo, Miguel; Murga Castro, Idoia: "Paris, New York and Madrid: Picasso and Dalí before Great International Exhibitions". Avant-garde Studies, Issue 1, The Dalí Museum, (St. Petersburg, Florida, USA), 2015, 21 pp. (ISSN: 2471-4976)
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