"Good" and "bad" Salvador Dali finally meet
PARIS (AP) — A major retrospective of Salvador Dali in Paris aims to rewrite the art history books, reconciling for the first time the last decades of his life — when he was accused of money-making self-publicity through numerous television appearances — with his earlier, respected Surrealist period.
The Pompidou Center exhibit, which opens Wednesday, brings together 120 paintings, from his famed 1931 work "The persistence of memory," featuring melted clocks, to later work that's normally shunned by critics: in TV shows, ads, films and work featuring celebrities like Mae West.
The surrealists said "that there was basically a good Dali, the surrealist, and a bad Dali, from 1939 on," said curator Jean-Michel Bouhours. "But the popular TV years were hugely influential on art. He was the initiator of pop art."
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