Family & Companions
Salvador Dali worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Dali worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Un Chien Andalou" with Pierre Batcheff (1928) and "L' Age d'Or" (1930) starring Gaston Modot. Dali also appeared in "Spellbound" (1945) and "Diaries, Notes & Sketches - Volume 1, Reels 1-6: Lost Lost Lost" with Adolfas Mekas (1975). Later in his career, Dali appeared on "The Challenge" (1976) with Marc Chagall. Dali was married to Elena Diaranoff. Dali passed away in January 1989 at the age of 85.
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First art exhibition in Paris at Galerie Goemans
Co-screenwriting debut (with Luis Bunuel) "Un chien Andalou/ An Andalusian Dog"
Painted "Persistence of Memory/Soft Watches"
First art exhibition in New York at Julien Levy Gallery