Join Caitlin Haskell, Gary C. and Frances Comer Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, and Jennifer Cohen, assistant research curator, as they discuss the exhibition Salvador Dalí: The Image Disappears.
Focusing on the pivotal decade of the 1930s, when Salvador Dalí emerged as the inventor of his own personal brand of Surrealism, this careful selection of 25 extraordinary artworks from the Art Institute and collections around the world considers Dalí’s work in light of two defining, if contradictory, impulses: an immense desire for visibility and the urge to disappear.
We encourage you to visit the exhibition before the lecture, if possible. We are anticipating high attendance for the Dalí exhibition on the day of this event, especially immediately following the member lecture.
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