A handsome first edition, first print from French publisher Jean Jaques Pauvert. A rare book.
Oatmeal woven fabric hardback with buckle and strap and delicately constructed with finesse..
This is a book to show off, the centrepiece of a bookshelf. It covers the the paranoiac-critical method, a surrealist technique of Salvador Dali developed in the 1930's. Dali employed this method in the production of paintings and other artworks, especially those that involved optical illusions and other multiple images. The technique consists of the artist invoking a paranoid state.
Published 1963, mint condition.
Language | Mostly French
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