“the most famous of these images, “dalí atomicus,” shows the madcap Dalí aloft, brush and palette in hand. he is flanked by a chair and two easels (holding dalí canvases) — all elevated, and seemingly floating, above the floor, which heightens the sense of suspension.
but the main event is the great curve of water arcing across the image, along with three flying (or flung) cats in damp, disconcerted disarray. for once dalí’s characteristic look of exaggerated surprise makes sense.”
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