‘Objects of Desire’: London’s Design Museum explores relationship between Surrealism and design

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From Salvador Dalí’s lip-shaped sofa to the dreamlike video clips of Icelandic artist Björk, Surrealism has influenced design for almost a century. A new exhibition opening at London’s Design Museum is exploring this facette of the artistic movement. “Objects of Desire: Surrealism and Design 1924 – Today” covers nearly 100 years of art through 350 objects, created by the likes of Man Ray, Salvador Dalí, Sarah Lucas and Dior. Some of the World’s most famous Surrealist paintings and sculptures are on display, such as Dalí’s Lobster Telephone (1936) and Man Ray’s The Gift (1921). ‘Picasso and Cha…

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