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[Dali, Salvador] Buñuel, Luis
Un perro andaluz
S.a. [c.1952]. Santiago de Chile. Le Grabuge. Carmelo Soria. Large folio, (370 x 260 mm). 4 ff. Original printed wrappers, some wear. Light toning, overall fine.- A unique copy, presumably intervened by Salvador Dali with a double page drawing, signed by him, over the text of an important work on South American surrealist literature, art, and cinema. Characteristic of Dali's intervention of Goya's engravings, we see ink stains where we can distinguish a crown and a llama wielding a sword. In the space between the neck and the sword appears a face, a method Dali called 'metodo paranoico-critico', a method employed by him and Buñel for the writing of the script. The drawing bears an inscription over Dali's signature 'Avec Plaisir pour Le Grabuge', the editorial house of Braulio Arenas. The movie "Un perro andaluz" was the first by Luis Buñuel, he directed it in 1929, the script he co-wrote with Dali, and was shot in bearly 15 days. By itself a rare work, printed by Carmelo Soria in a run of 195 numbered copies, none of which appear to exist institutionally, and this particular copy, being unnumbered. Luis Buñuel's text, dated December 1929, says: "La publicación de este escenario en 'La Révolution surréaliste' es la única que yo autorizo. Ella expresa sin ningún género de reserva, mi completa adhesión al pensamiento y a la actividad del surrealismo. (...)". "Dalí y Buñuel, figuras señeras de la influyente vanguardia surrealista, redactaron el guión con el método del cadavre exquis (cadáver exquisito), que consiste en escribir un texto colectivo a partir de frases que describa … [Click Below for Full Description]
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