The choice of the name “Artgender” derives from the consideration for which the brand that identifies a particular company that operates in the sectors of event planning, publishing and communication has never been used; for us art is a real type of human being, that is, who is deeper. Does not exclude anyone but renames a category, composed of very different people within… elsewhere I think, origin and direction; but, united by a single factor: the artistic one. Anyone can be or feel like an artist as long as he is concerned with producing or simply approaching any form of expression. Our identity is necessary, in things, in people, in words, in ways… that teaching contributes to formation ‘individual evolution.

The persistence of memory

Time is relative ⏳

Dalí was inspired for this painting at the table, consuming a #cheese that he describes as “hyper soft” and in only two hours he created the entire work.

☞ Do you know…

‣ The artist represents the subjective perception of the passing of #time in contrast with the hour’s pronounce of the clocks so mechanical and objective.
The influences that Dalí breathed in those years on the subject were due to the psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud and the genius Albert #Einstein who just before investigated relativistic physics, making it immediately understandable through this simple example:
when you do something you like it never seems to take more than a minute, but if you find yourself in an uncomfortable or unbearable condition the same time span seems endless
‣ The artist also think the time ambiguous and transposes this idea onto the canvas through the fly on the clock at the foot of the tree and the ants on the one in the foreground. He considers the #insects sneaky, vicious and voracious elements corrode the objective perception, that of clocks, just as memory and memories alter that human and subjective one
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⇒ Date: 1931

⇒ Material: Oil on canvas

⇒ Dimensions: 24 cm × 33 cm (9.5 in × 13 in)

Site: Museum of Modern Art, New York City