This talk will explore the 2020 collaboration between The Dalí Museum and the Selby Gardens, focusing on core concepts of Dalí’s Surrealism, Dalí’s love of his Costa Brava landscape, Clyde Butcher’s 2018 Dalí photo project and how Dalí’s surreal icons became living art on the grounds of Sarasota’s Selby Gardens.
Peter Tush is the Curator of Education at the Salvador Dalí Museum. He trains the Museum docents and has developed several USF courses on Dalí, Dada and Surrealism. He directs the Museum’s K-12 education and is responsible for the Student Surrealist Art Exhibit. He directs the Coffee with a Curator lecture series and has presented on topics ranging from Dalí’s obsession with Leonardo da Vinci to Dalí’s Hollywood collaborations with Disney and the Marx Brothers. Mr. Tush is an art history graduate from New College, Sarasota, and the University of South Florida, where he produced a Master’s thesis on Dalí & Identity.
Zoom information will be sent out the day before the tour which takes place on 1/27/21.
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