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  • 1. Salvador Dal í Allison Chiu
  • 2. His Life
    • May 11, 1904 ~ Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dal í is b orn in Figueras, Catalonia, Spain.
    • 1922 ~ Enrolls in the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts (Madrid.)
    • 1923 ~ He returns to Figueres, and takes classes from Juan Nu ñez , who instructed him in the technique of etching.
    • 1925 ~ Holds first exhibition in Barcelona
    • 1929 ~ Meets Gala Éluard, the love of his life and becomes a Surrealist.
    • 1934 ~ Marries Gala and is expelled as a Surrealist by André Breton.
    • 1940 ~ Dalí flees to America after the German occupation in Paris.
    • 1941 ~ His work is shown in the MOMA in New York.
    • 1948 ~ Dal í and Gala return to Spain.
    • 1949 ~ Mystical and Nuclear period.
    • 1969 ~ Purchases the Púbol castle for Gala.
    • September 28, 1974 ~ The Teatre-Museu Dal í opens in Figueres, Spain.
    • June 10, 1982 ~ Gala dies.
    • January 23, 1989 ~ Following several suicide attempts, Dal í dies of heart failure.
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  • 4. Contribution to Surrealism
    • Surrealist Object
    • Postwar painting
    • Cinema
    • Interpretive delarium
  • 5. Early Works
  • 6. Layman Surrealism Early 1930s
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  • 12. Postwar Period
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  • 14. "The human body, purely Neoplatonic at the time of the Greeks, is today full of secret drawers that can only be opened by psychoanalysis."
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  • 17. Rhinocerontic Period
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  • 21. Nuclear Mysticism
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  • 24. The End