Avant-garde Studies is an online publication published by The Dalí annually that aims to inspire and inform the public about renowned artist Salvador Dalí and his work, the avant-garde movements that shaped him as an artist, and the impact Dalí’s life and art has on the avant-garde still to this day. Avant-garde Studies covers Talks and Conferences presented by The Dalí Museum and publishes peer-reviewed papers on avant-garde topics including those about Dalí and related exhibitions.
Miguel Cabañas Bravo, Haim Finkelstein, Hank Hine, Frédérique Joséph-Lowery,Elliott H. King, Enrique Mallen, Ricard Mas Peinado, Idoia Murga Castro, Pilar Parcerisas, Astrid Ruffa, Vicent Santamaria de Mingo, Sarah Wilson.
Dawn Adès, Enric Bou, Fèlix Fanés, Hank Hine, William Jeffett, Juan José Lahuerta, Frédérique Joséph-Lowery, Christopher Maurer, Michael R. Taylor.laborum
Deborah Bürgel, Irene Civil, Barnaby Dicker, Miguel Escribano, Haim Finkelstein, Paul B. Franklin, Margaret Iversen, Elliott King, Francesco Miróglio, Pilar Parcerisas, Megakles Rogakos, Carme Ruiz, David Stent.
ISSN 2471-4976, Avant-garde Studies, Published by The Dalí Museum, One Dalí Boulevard, St. Petersburg, FL 33701. Content, Layout, graphics copy @The Dalí Museum 2015-2018, All Rights Reserved