The Doors of Perception is the last and third chapter of the Trilogy of the Dorothy Circus Gallery, a series where has been resumed all the last exhibition realized by one of the most famous landmarks for Pop Surrealism in Europe, the Dorothy Circus Gallery. On the book cover Because I'm a Doll, that gives name to the Kazuki Takamatsu's first solo show in Europe, where the artist turns out all the contents and iconography of an exquisitely oriental erotism, linked to power of nature, the manga culture and hi-tech development. Among the others exhibitions in this volume there's God is Her DeeJay, where female icon is always central in the artworks of the artists involved as the hyperrealistic crying eyes painted on Sas Christian's canvases, the Colin Christian's 3D giant fiberglass dolls, the Afarin Sajedi's angels and the Francesca R. Di Nunzio's sculptures. The Trouble with Angels creates a rich overview of the dreamlike, enigmatic and seductive universe of Ray Caesar; Silent Circus by Clementine de Chabaneix where sculptures give life to the small characters inspired by the surrealistic paintings, White Elegy by Kwon Kyungyup where the white bandages cover and reveal inhuman and immaculate beings, as mirrors of unassailable world of sensuality, duality and emotional imprisonment; Dafne Descends by Alessia Iannetti, 13 Fortune by Paulo Guido and Hide & Seek by Nathalie Shau, one of the most important leaders of digital art that opens us the doors of her Private Garden. An essential book to have a clear idea of the contemporary artistic scenario and the weight that the Pop Surrealism demonstrated in the constitution of the collective imagination.