Join us at The Dalí when Dr. Miguel Escribano will discuss the commonality between Salvador Dalí and Aldous Huxley.
Salvador Dalí and Aldous Huxley may seem to have little in common, but their paths crossed often in the 20 years after their first meeting in 1932.
In this talk, Dr. Escribano will trace their interaction during that time and identify the influence that Huxley had on Dalí at various crucial moments: from an early conversation on soft architecture through the years they both lived in California to Dalí’s development of Nuclear Mysticism and his reconsideration of El Greco and more.
In-person and virtual. Stream here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZCha4OqXCY
Organized by The Dalí Museum
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