After having his first art exhibition at age 13, Salvador Dali rose to become one of the world's most well-known and controversial artists. Putting himself into hallucinatory states without drugs, Dali created the works that made him a master of Cubism and brought him to the top of the Surrealist movement. After breaking with the movement in the 1930s, Dali worked in fashion, film, and theater, collaborating at times with Harpo Marx, Alfred Hitchcock, and Walt Disney.
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