Clyde Butcher’s photography show at the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, FL which ended in late November was brilliant! The rugged coastline of the Costa Brava and Dali’s hometown was captured by Mr. Butcher in his classic black and white format, harnessing the dramatic light of the shoreline with carved rocky shores shaped by the winds that sweep down from the mountains to create geologic sculptures. In contrast, Dali’s smooth white home and studio perched nearby. I have to think this installation will (hopefully) be made a permanent one, adding place and context to Dali’s life and world of art.
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