The influence of Salvador Dalí on Social Communication in the Years Following Second World War

Ticiana Dine

Abstract


The study will be referred to a world renowned surrealist artist who gave his contribution in all directions. Salvador Dalí was known not just in art history as an artist but also as a genius figure that went deeply into psychology, philosophy, symbolism, mysticism and science and furthermore proposed a whole new form of interpreting and observing the work of art through self-induction Paranoid-Critical Method proposed by himself. Some of the theories proposed by Dalí are inspiring many scholars still today.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2015.v4n2s2p125


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