Salvador Dali, Tête de Vénus Otorhinologique Otorhinological head of venus
This sculpture in cast plaster is an almost exact copy of the classic bust of Venus in the Louvre. Almost, because something strange is going on. The nose is not in its usual place, but has been moved to the left side of the head, where the ear normally is. That’s why the ear has moved to the location of the nose.