Salvador Dalí Museum, Inc.

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Enchanted Beach with Three Fluid Graces

Coffee with a Curator: Androgyny and Surrealism

06 Nov
Wednesday
10:30am - 11:30am

Coffee with a Curator: Androgyny and Surrealism

Wednesday, Nov. 06, 10:30–11:30am

Coffee with a Curator is a focused, theme-oriented presentation on a variety of Dalí-related topics. The talk is presented by one of The Dalí Museum’s Curatorial/Education team or an invited speaker.

Androgyny and Surrealism presented by Margo Hammond
Join award-winning journalist, blogger and writing workshop teacher Margo Hammond as she speaks about “Androgyny and Surrealism.” The Surrealists often filled their canvases with androgynous figures. They also promoted gender confusion in their personal lives: Marcel Duchamp appeared as his female alter ego Rrose Selavy. Salvador Dalí gave male nicknames to the women in his inner circle, which included the sexually ambiguous Amanda Lear. Claude Cahun, a lesbian, photographed herself dressed as a man. This talk will survey the history of androgyny within Surrealism, examining in particular how differently the male and female artists close to the movement approached the subject of gender fluidity.

Cost: Free (parking is free for members as available; $10 parking for nonmembers)
Location: Raymond James Community Room (overflow seating available in the Will Raymund Theater)

Supported by AARP Tampa Bay, the City of St. Petersburg Arts and Culture Grant and Café  Gala.
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