Tag Archives: Political Surrealism

The Strange Straight Up

Call it the Andy Warhol Syndrome – or the Gene Kelly, Oscar Levant and David O. Selznick Syndrome, or the Henry Mancini or Ahmad Jamal Syndrome. When you grow up in Pittsburgh you want to get out. Those guys did. … Continue reading

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The Persistence of Nonsense

La persistencia de la memoria (The Persistence of Memory) – also known as Melting Clocks – is the famous 1931 painting by Salvador Dalí. It’s quite mad, but then, he was quite mad. After all, he also thought that the … Continue reading

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