How Camembert Became a Masterpiece

The Persistence of Memory (1931), one of the most recognizable works by Salvador Dalí, is based on food. The inspiration for his masterpiece stuck one night, after Dalí ate the famous Camembert cheese. This story might be disappointing to those who spend hours and hours trying to resolve the mysteries that take place behind Dalí’s surrealist paintings, but give me time: even the smallest slice of cheese can inspire the highest philosophical theory.

Read my article in Are We Europe.

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