The Fahey/Klein Gallery presents an exhibition of works by American artist and protégé of Salvador Dalí, Steven Arnold. Arnold (1943–1994) was a visionary filmmaker, photographer, painter, illustrator, set and costume designer, and assemblage artist. Steven Arnold’s work is a celebration of the surrealist tradition. Steven’s 1972 film Luminous Procuress received much critical acclaim, which resulted in a Whitney Museum exhibition. The film was heralded by Salvador Dali as a masterpiece and he later set up a screening for NYC’s art elites. Dalí dubbed Arnold the ‘prince’ of his Court of Miracles, which included other counter-culture icons such as Donyale Luna, Ultra Violet, Amanda Lear, Marianne Faithful, David Bowie and...
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