From pop music to the second dimension, the shadow of the artist is everywhere

From pop music to the second dimension, the shadow of the artist is everywhere

From pop music to the second dimension, the shadow of the artist is everywhere
Answer: Dali.On May 11, 1904, the surrealist artist Dali was born in Spain.Just like his compatriots Gaudi and Picasso, he also had artistic talent as a young man.His father was a legal worker, so his family background was solid, but his father did not encourage him to work in the military arts, but his mother always supported him.But his mother died when Dali was very young, which cast a sad background on his creation.The plains of his native Figueres and the rugged Catalan coast have inspired his original creations, and we can see those weird stones in many of his works.Later, Dali and his wife Gala formed a family in the port of Lligat, and this port appeared in many of his works.Many artists of the same and previous generations, their works are more or less realistic, even religious paintings are based on the reproduction of the human body.Dali was influenced by the Freudian psychoanalysis school that was popular at that time, as well as the surrealism that was popular in the 20th century.Above, I like to combine reality and fantasy through absurd, counter-intuitive brushstrokes, just like the pictures that will appear in people’s dreams.In his work, time is a flowing entity (“Memory of Eternity”), the explosion of atomic energy becomes a portrait of a person made of bullets (“Revolving Portrait”), and the assistant has been splashed 28 timesWater, threw 28 famous photos of cats (“Atomic Dali”) . Dali genius inherited and carried forward the popular ideas at that time and created his own style.And because of his genius marketing ability, he has become one of the most successful commercial artists.He extended his art to the fields of architecture, sculpture, design, film, fashion, etc., and Dali’s marks are everywhere.These movements greatly promoted surrealism, and his works are always remembered together with his era.Dali has become a cultural symbol that transcends tradition, absurdity, and humor. You can evaluate his work in this way, but he will not express himself in a long way. Dali’s work requires you to feel it yourself.So, there are so many tribute works-such as paintings that can step into Dali’s paintings / can melt the clock to talk about dreams / there is no time to care about / the flying horse that knows the fly / the bed is flowering”Time” was written by Lin Xi. Wang Yunzhi composed and sang. With a few strokes, he sang the most famous painting of Dali.Jay Chou also paid tribute to the scene of this painting in the MV of “Bedside Story”.And the theme of dreams fits well with the theme of Dali’s works.Because this painting is so famous, the second dimension will not be missed.The clock flowing in Sailor Moon.There is also a shadow of Dali in the time tunnel in “Doraemon”.Dali allows clocks to no longer be satisfactory, lobsters can become earpieces, and lips can become sofas. He has set an example for future generations of creators. May we all experience the joy of surrealism.Written by Wu Longzhen, proofread by Li Shihui