DALÍ + DUCHAMP
What is art? If you ask surrealist legend Salvador Dalí or conceptualist kingpin Marcel Duchamp, you might be surprised by the answer. Bewildered even. Because art was whatever they defined as such. An autographed urinal. A goateed Mona Lisa. A painting so proficiently perturbing that it changed and blew minds in perfect unison. Dalí and Duchamp were artistic revolutionaries who refused to accept that beauty was in the eye of the beholder. Instead, they relentlessly questioned the norm and posed questions to the world to prove that real beauty lies within the mind. They made art by their own definition, and now you get to decide for yourself. This concept puts exhibition visitors in the hot seat, compelling them to look within themselves and interpret Dalí and Duchamp’s unorthodox interpretations of art.