Monday, June 11, 2007


A Salvador Dalí animation now finished more than fifty years after he started it is to have its British premiere this week at the Tate Modern, UK as part of the first exhibition devoted to the artist's fascination with film. Dalí's animation, Destino, begun in 1946 and completed in 2003, was abandoned by Walt in the 1940s for being too peculiar and expensive, with all the artist'strademark melting figures, clocks, telephones and scuttling ants.

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