Oh yes!!! I studied his life and works when I did 2 years of Art School in the mid 70's. When the Brisbane Art Gallery held a major exhibition,I bought the most phenomenal catalogue in full colour which featured much of his more famous work!! I still enjoy browsing through it.His work ,which is known as Surrealism,is exactly what the word means....beyond reality in perfection!!!
Yes. I'm not a big fan, but I think his work is interesting. I went to see a Dali exhibition once (in London I think it was) and it was good to see the real thing after only seeing them in books before. Some of his paintings are huge!
I'm very familiar with it - as a teenager I was obsessed with Dali and covered all my folders in his art and newspaper articles about him and I had big posters of his art up on my bedroom walls. I have also been to several exhibitions of Surrealism, which were mind blowing.
Nowadays, I'm not so keen on his art but I am still fascinated by him as a man and as an artist.
Yes - although I find it interesting I don't like his style. Two of my favourite artists are Tamara de Lempicka (who had a very interesting lifestyle) and Frida Kahlo whose work is really a journey of her troubled and painful life.
Yes I am and I like it. I don't think you need to be insane to think like he did. I have some pretty weird dreams that look a bit like some of his work so if I really tried could probably tap into some of that imagery.