SALVADOR DALÍ

Corridor Of Katmandu / Hippies Series

  • medium hand colored drypoint
  • edition 88/100
  • size 19.75w x 25.75h in
  • created 1969
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COA: This work comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from West Chelsea Contemporary.
Additional Info: LXXXXVIII/C
from The Hippies print series
“Which are your favorite pieces in the collection and why
My favorite pieces are those where Dali used unusual tools or broke new ground, like the Hippies series. Dali placed different time periods and places together—you would discover Don Quixote next to a hippie with a guitar, a Buddhist temple and Santiago of Compostela. Dali wanted to put a link in between the various cultures of the world, and the Hippies were a fantastic vector between East and West during the 60’s.”
from a 2014 interview with Christine Argillet by Clara Lim