2 jun. 2007

Surrealism and Film: Dalí en la Tate

Saturday 16 June 2007, 10.30–16.30
On the occasion of Tate Modern’s major exhibition Dalí & Film, this study day explores the work of Salvador Dalí in relation to the wider links between surrealism and film. Dalí’s own collaborations with Hollywood icons from the Marx Brothers to Hitchcock and his fascination with the great slapstick artists of early cinema are put in the context of both his own ventures into filmmaking with Luis Buñuel and the persistent lure of the surreal in contemporary art and film.
Speakers include renowned Dalí expert Dawn Ades, Tate curator Matthew Gale, film expert Ian Christie and Elliott King, who researches Dalí's later work. Chaired by Gill Perry, Head of Art History at the Open University.
In collaboration with the Open University
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