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Red Grooms talks about Dali Salad

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Uploaded on Jun 20, 2007

As a Pop artist, Red Grooms has always been fascinated with the ordinary and the everyday. In the artwork Dali Salad, he used paper, vinyl, aluminum, wood, steel, plastic, and even Ping-Pong balls to create a lively and humorous portrait of Salvador Dali, a Surrealist painter whom Grooms describes as having "both exploited and been exploited in the print field. "A behind-the-scenes look at the production process shows how Grooms's three-dimensional print was made --from the conception of the salad motif to the actual printing and assemblage of the work at the Minneapolis-based printmaking studio Vermillion Editions, Ltd.

This video was produced in 1987 as part of a Documentaries on Art series.
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