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subconscious imagery surrealism
During the late 1920s, Dali became interested in Sigmund Freud's writings, and he became involved with the Paris Surrealists.
To find this subconscious imagery, Dali induced hallucinations, and soon after he did so, his painting became much better.
Out, you Fascist!
Dali started creating the works that him the most recognized surrealist from 1929 to 1937.
Dali created some of the first surrealist objects. He also created the practice of image making (optical illusions or double images); he call this a "paranoiac-critical method".
Dali would not challenge Fascism, so he had to leave the Surrealists.
Dali is still famous because his works are so surprising and interesting.