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THE RESEARCH LIBRARY AT ANIMATION ART CONSERVATION

DECADES OF SCIENTIFIC STUDY AND EXPERIENCE

To its roster, The Research Library at Animation Art Conservation adds Steve Bingen
(the former head of the Warner Bros. Research Library), Ed Squair (the former head
of the Disney Photo Archive) and Greg Dryo (the former head of the WB Photo Lab)
to the art conservation and consulting conservation science of Barbagallo and Derrick.

 

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The Research Library at Animation Art Conservation will also be hosting:
the Lost and FOUND series, a compendium of previously unpublished interviews and seminars based upon the content of this library.

The second in the Lost and FOUND series is my seminar on Salvador Dalí's Destino.

SALVADOR DALÍ'S DESTINO

Lost, Found and RESTORED

to Dalí's original intent

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ARTISTIC DISCOVERY

Salvador Dalí's Destino: Lost, Found and RESTORED to Dalí's Original Intent

By Ron Barbagallo - December 1, 2015

A full set of Salvador Dalí storyboards were recently uncovered that reveal Dalí had a much fuller narrative in mind for his short Destino. It shows that Destino had six distinct sections that represent a very coherent beginning, middle and end. The short starts out introducing the image of man (Chronos) and woman (Dahlia) both set upon a pyramid-shaped metronomes that feature a clock dial. It is a dark stage where the couple meet in profile against a landscape. Their encounter shifts quickly into a more ‘realistic’ setting - a party environment set on an ascending spiral...

 

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