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This Exhibit of Salvador Dali’s “Aliyah, the Rebirth of Israel” (1968), arranged in a thematic order, shows Dali’s portrayal of the pain of the exile and its culmination in the fulfillment of the Zionist vision of the return of the Jews to their homeland.

The suite, which shows the full range of Dali’s masterful technique, includes a wide spectrum of moods, from somber reflection to stark tragedy to joyous celebration. The texts accompanying the Exhibit explain the setting of Dali’s work, including an analysis of his connection to Jews and Zionism, and provide a commentary to each lithograph.

© Salvador Dalí, Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York, 2011

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This Exhibit of Salvador Dali’s “Aliyah, the Rebirth of Israel” (1968), arranged in a thematic order, shows Dali’s portrayal of the pain of the exile and its culmination in the fulfillment of the Zionist vision of the return of the Jews to their homeland.

The suite, which shows the full range of Dali’s masterful technique, includes a wide spectrum of moods, from somber reflection to stark tragedy to joyous celebration. The texts accompanying the Exhibit explain the setting of Dali’s work, including an analysis of his connection to Jews and Zionism, and provide a commentary to each lithograph.

© Salvador Dalí, Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York, 2011

    01-Preface

    01-Preface

    • 10 min
    02-Introduction

    02-Introduction

    • 9 min
    03-Dalí, the Jews, Judaism, and Zionism

    03-Dalí, the Jews, Judaism, and Zionism

    • 8 min
    04-Acknowledgements

    04-Acknowledgements

    • 1 min
    05-Aliyah

    05-Aliyah

    • 3 min
    06-A Voice is Heard in Ramah

    06-A Voice is Heard in Ramah

    • 3 min

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michael92130hal ,

Amazing!!

This is a remarkable commentary on a little known suite of art by Salvador Dali.

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