Salvador Dalí idézet
Születési dátum: 11. május 1904
Halál dátuma: 23. január 1989
Más nevek: Salvator Dalí
Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech katalán–spanyol festőművész.
A modern művészet sajátos személyisége volt. A szürrealista alkotásmód magas esztétikai szintre emelésével egyszerre nyitott és tetőzött be egy korszakot. Wikipedia
Idézetek Salvador Dalí
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„Egy kubista festő, aki centiméterre követi Picasso munkáját, névszerint Manuel Angeles Ortiz mutatott be Picassónak. Ortiz Lorca barátja volt, így imertem meg őt. Amikor magérkeztem Picassóhoz a Rue La Boétre-re olyan meghatott és tisztelettudó voltam, mintha a Pápához mentem volna kihallgatásra. Eljöttem önhöz – mondtam neki – mielőtt meglátogatnám a Louvre-t. Nagyon helyes, – válaszolta ő.“
„One might think that through ecstasy we would have access to a world as far from reality as that of the dream.“
The repugnant can become desirable, affection cruelty, the ugly beautiful, faults qualities, qualities black miseries.
Quote in 'Le phénomene de l'extase', in 'Minotaure' 1933; as quoted in Dali and Me, Catherine Millet, - translation Trista Selous -, Scheidegger & Spiess AG, 8001 Zurich Switzerland, p. 133
Quotes of Salvador Dali, 1931 - 1940
„Just now I'm painting a beautiful woman, smiling, burnt to a crisp, with feathers of all colors, held up by a small die of burning marble; the die is in turn held up by a little puff of smoke, churned and quite; in the sky there are asses with parrot-heads, grasses and beach sand, all about to explode, all clean, incredible objective..“
Quote in Dali's letter to his art-friend Lorca, 1927; as quoted in Surrealism and the Spanish Civil War, Robin Adèle Greeley, p. 67
Dali is striving then for a rational approach of his paintings; he is very probably referring to his painting, he made earlier in 1927: ' Little Ashes' https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/b7/Little_Ashes.jpg
Quotes of Salvador Dali, 1920 - 1930
„It was in 1929 that Salvador Dali [Dali is writing about himself] brought his attention to hear upon the internal mechanism of paranoiac phenomena and envisaged the possibility of an experimental method based on the sudden power of the systematic associations proper to paranoia; this method afterwards became the delirio-critical synthesis which hears the name of "paranoiac-critical activity."“
Paranoia: delirium of interpretive association bearing a systematic structure. Paranoiac-critical activity: spontaneous method of irrational knowledge based upon the interpretive-critical association of delirious phenomena.
Forrás: Quotes of Salvador Dali, 1931 - 1940, My Pictorial Struggle', S. Dali, 1935, Chapter: 'My Pictorial Struggle', p. 15
„Bread has always been one of the oldest subjects of fetishism and obsession in my work, the first and the one to which I have remained the most faithful. I painted the same subject 19 years ago 'Basket of Bread, 1929.“
By making a very careful comparison of the two pictures, everyone can study all the history of painting right there, from the linear charm of primitivism to stereoscopic hyper-aestheticism.
Dali's quote, 1945; as cited by R. Descharnes (1985), in Salvador Dalí. Abrams. p. 94. ISBN 0-8109-0830-1
Dali just finished his second painting 'Basket of Bread, 1945'
Quotes of Salvador Dali, 1941 - 1950
„I categorically refused to consider the surrealists as just another literary and artistic group. I believed they were capable of liberating man from the tyranny of the 'practical, rational world'. I was going to become the Nietzsche of the irrational. I, the obsessed rationalist, was the only one who knew what I wanted: I was not going to submit to irrationality for its own sake, to the narcissist and passive irrationality others practiced. I would do completely the opposite. I would fight for the 'conquest of the irrational.“
In the meantime my friends would let themselves be overwhelmed by the irrational, succumbing, like so many others, Nietzsche included, to that romantic weakness.
Forrás: Quotes of Salvador Dali, 1961 - 1970, Diary of a Genius (1964), p. 9