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Hello Dalí: Surrealist’s return to Monterey

Known for its aquarium, jazz festival, literary history and spectacular landscapes, Monterey has recently added the second-largest collection of works by Salvador Dalí in the United States to its major tourist draws. The owner of the...Show More Summary

surreelust: Archaeological Reminiscence of Millet’s Angelus by...

surreelust: Archaeological Reminiscence of Millet’s Angelus by Salvador Dali (1933)

Dali Cookbook “Les diners de Gala” Reissued

last weekLifestyle / Luxury : Luxuo

Salvador Dali's "Les diners de gala" cookbook, out of print for many years, has been reissued.

Add a Surrealist Touch to Your Thanksgiving With These Dali Recipes

Salvador Dali once claimed that “Surrealism is destructive, but it destroys only what it considers to be shackles limiting our vision.” It was perhaps because of this that he decided to bring surrealism to one of the art forms he most admired: cooking. Show More Summary

The Salvador Dali Cookbook

2 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

Young Dalí wanted to be a chef, and as an adult artist, “he loved the ‘logarithmic curve’ of cauliflowers.” Of COURSE he did.

Tuesday Links: Enough with Hans Ulrich Obrist’s Face Already

2 weeks agoArts : Art Fag City

[caption id="attachment_80586" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Salvador Dali's "Paysage avec Femme" (detail), 1934 Sotheby's Impressionist and Modernist sale[/caption] I (Michael) took a lot of flak for my criticism of Light City, a “light art” festival that the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts sunk millions of dollars into. Show More Summary

Exhibition of Alice in Wonderland presents illustrations, memorabilia and the looking glass

3 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

An acclaimed exhibition about Alice in Wonderland opens in Basingstoke this month, and uniquely features a very special object ? her real life looking glass coming home to Hampshire. From Salvador Dali and Tim Burton to Walt Disney,Show More Summary

Latte Art Inspired By Salvador Dali's 'The Persistence Of Memory'

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is the latte art created by barista and steemit user skapaneas. It was inspired by the melting clocks of Salvador Dali's 1931 'The Persistence Of Memory' (picture for reference after the jump). Pretty clever, right? I like how they incorporated the outside of the cup. Show More Summary

The Clock From Salvador Dali’s Iconic ‘Persistence of Memory’ Amazingly Recreated as Latte Art

last monthHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

A very talented artist amazingly recreated the melting clock from the iconic Salvador Dali painting “The Persistence of Memory“, complete with foam dripping over the rim and onto the table. image by skapaneas via reddit, Twisted Sifter Related Laughing Squid PostsDetailed Instructions For Making a Cake Version of the Iconic Dali Painting ‘The Persistence of […]

dappledwithshadow: Minotaure Magazine covers, by: René...

last monthArts / Art History : Old Paint

dappledwithshadow: Minotaure Magazine covers, by: René Magritte, Francisco Borés, Marcel Duchamp, André Masson, Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró, Pablo Picasso

Tramuntana Hotel

A family-run boutique hotel situated in the whitewashed fishing village of Cadaqués, within easy walking distance of the bustling waterfront and Salvador Dalí house-museum. Modern styling, sweeping views and a pine-scented garden terrace add an air of romance.

How the 2016 election became the year of the meme and mostly cut artists out of the conversation

They are the sort of visuals that Salvador Dalí might have seen in his most feverish dreams: A looped animation of Donald Trump eating a taco bowl out of his own head. Bernie Sanders photoshopped to look like fried chicken mogul Colonel Sanders. A crude illustration of Ted Cruz drawn to resemble...

How the 2016 election became the year of the meme and mostly cut artists out of the conversation

2 months agoArts : Culture Monster

They are the sort of visuals that Salvador Dalí might have seen in his most feverish dreams: A looped animation of Donald Trump eating a taco bowl out of his own head. Bernie Sanders photoshopped to look like fried chicken mogul Colonel Sanders. A crude illustration of Ted Cruz drawn to resemble...

Hotel La Residencia

This establishment just yards from the seafront is where Picasso, Matisse, Man Ray, Buñuel, Magritte and Einstein stayed in Cadaqués. Now crammed to the gills with artworks and memorabilia by ex-local luminary Salvador Dalí, it’s easily the most characterful hotel in town.

The Archie McPhee Library is going to start hosting spectacular...

The Archie McPhee Library is going to start hosting spectacular dinner parties thanks to the re-release of an awesome cookbook created by Salvador Dalí himself. Entitled Dalí: Les Dîners de Gala [Buy on Amazon], the book was first published...Show More Summary

Salvador Dalí’s Surrealist Cookbook Is Back

2 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

Dalí’s lavish and erotic cookbook Les Diners de Gala was first published in 1973, featuring 136 recipes compiled by the painter and his wife Gala. Divided into 12 chapters with titles such as ‘Prime Lilliputian malaises’ (meat) and ‘Deoxyribonucleic Atavism’ (vegetables), the book also features sumptuous Dalí illustrations and photographs of the painter posing alongside […]

Hotel Sol Ixent

This large, contemporary hotel built into a hillside on the outskirts of Cadaqués isn’t the most central you’ll find, but staff are helpful and there’s an excellent-sized pool. Salvador Dalí’s former house and studio, now a museum, and the Cap de Creus National Park are both within easy reach.

Salvador Dalí's Rare Erotic Cookbook Is Getting Reprinted

'Les diners de Gala' is filled with unique artwork, and teaches you to make the surrealist icon's favorite aphrodesiacs

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