n.p.: (Surrealist Group). 1960. Broadside. A single leaf, illustrated with a painting by Dali, at its center, this bi-lingual text (French and English) was written in protest of Salvador Dali's entering a painting into an exhibition in which he was not invited to exhibit. The 1960 exhibition at the D'Arcy Gallery in New York was hosting a surrealist exhibition organized by Marcel Duchamp, Andre Breton, Edouard Jaguer and Jose Pierre, but only Duchamp was present when Dali made his entrance. The surrealists in Paris are protesting Duchamp's acceptance of his presence and his painting as they have, for the last 20 years denounced him as a supporter of Hitler and Franco, a avowed racist as well as a religious bigot. Good + to very good- with horizontal fold at center and with tears at fold, one at 1" and one at 1½". Extra postage may be required for heavy or oversize books.; 9½ x 12"; 1 pp . (Inventory #: 27358)
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