Maniac Eyeball: The Unspeakable Confessions of Salvador Dali

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The Unspeakable Confessions Of Salvador Dali. Maniac Eyeball contains the frank and uncensored confessions of Salvador Dali, from his childhood and first adolescent sexual experiences to his emergence as a painter, Surrealist, and eventually the most famous - and possibly richest - artist of modern times.

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These inspired tracts, covering art, love, sex, money, death, fame, science, his famous friends and enemies, and his extraordinary creative genius, reveal the intricate workings of Dali's mind to create not only an unparalleled autobiography but also one of the key Surrealist texts yet published.

Contains illustrations and a complete chronology of Dali's life.

Salvador Dali (1904-1989) entered the ranks of the Surrealists in 1929 with a series of iconoclastic paintings which fused technical virtuosity with Freudian infantilism, leading to his invention of the 'paranoiac-critical' method. Later expelled from the Surrealist Group, he was christened "Avida Dollars" by Andre Breton whilst acquiring the reputation of master showman and scandalist. His art and writings remain amongst the most unique and important bodies of work of the 20th Century.

'Dali's paintings reveal in the most powerful form the basic elements of the Surrealist imagination: a series of equations for dealing with the extraordinary transformations of our age. Let us salute this unique genius, who has counted for the first time the multiplication tables of obsession, psychopathology and possibility.' -J.G. Ballard

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Author Salvador Dali / Andre Parinaud
Publisher Creation Books
Page Count 320pp
Publication Size 8.25 x 8
Publication Notes Softcover, b/w
Publication Date January 2009
ISBN 978-0979984730

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