Art Bank is the home of exaggeration
Before we step inside Art Bank’s wondrous world, we should consider how surrealism’s founder André Breton defined the cultural movement:
“Pure psychic automatism, by which it is intended to express…the real process of thought. It is the dictation of thought, free from any control by the reason and of any aesthetic or moral preoccupation.” A direct line to the subconscious. Anything can happen here. A door to another dimension opens itself on the second floor of Köpmansgatan 23, where entrepreneur Ted Wallin houses his Salvador Dalí collection and his art gallery.
Ted guides us around the Dalí exhibition. Before we begin, he asks if he can retain the right to rewrite history. The stories are as tall as the gallery’s ceiling and perhaps a return visit will reveal a completely
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