Join Onur Öztürk, assistant professor of art history at Columbia College Chicago, as he discusses Salvador Dalí: The Image Disappears. In the Art Institute’s first-ever exhibition devoted to the Spanish Surrealist, we explore the pivotal period of the 1930s when the artist developed his unique persona and distinct brand of Surrealism, full of double visions, two-way imagery, and disappearing acts.
About the Speaker
Onur Öztürk is an assistant professor of art history in the art and art history department at Columbia College Chicago. He primarily teaches the history of art and design, visual culture, and global awareness. Previous courses including Art of Islam, Art and Ritual, and Rethinking Museums. Originally from Ankara, Turkey, he received an M.Arch. in history of architecture from the Middle East Technical University and a Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Öztürk’s teaching and scholarship aim to tackle Eurocentric and linear narratives of art history.
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