Articles by Rob Marsh



In the beginning of the twentieth century, a peculiar stirring in the universe, one Salvador Dali. Born to Catalonian parents in the north of Spain, Dali was the couple’s second. Their first had died prior to Dali’s birth, and it was into this bizarre situation of overshadowing that the young artist was thrown.


Having one image of the divine strikes me as at once particularly unimaginative and overly ambitious with regards to human thought. I would like to first give an account, however brief, of…