Dalí, surrealism and the problem of postmodern camp
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Behind the eminently recognisable farrago of Dalian hallmarks which includes melting watches, flimsy crutches and lobster telephones there lurks a mercurial wit at once capricious and apocryphal, having frequently resisted appropriation or annexation to any artistic style or creed. It is the elusive wit of Salvador Dali which has made him a master of display and disguise and frequently confounded critics by perpetuating extravagant yet highly implausible claims and wilfully provocative viewpoints.
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