Dada & Surrealism A&i

Voorkant
Phaidon Press, 19 nov. 1997 - 448 pagina's
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This stimulating introductory survey traces the origins and development of these two roughly parallel revolutionary twentieth-century art movements, exploring the full range of artistic production, including film, photography, collage, painting, graphics and object making.

Matthew Gale skilfully places the art within a context of ideas ranging from the disillusionment and questioning of accepted values that resulted from the senseless destruction of World War I to the use of the creative forces of the unconscious to undermine convention.

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Review: Dada & Surrealism (Phaidon Art and Ideas)

Gebruikersrecensie  - Goodreads

It's unfortunate that a subject so interesting is written in such a boring manner. I do appreciate the background histories of many of the artists (more women and non-europeans, tho, please) and the direct historical links between these artistic movements and radical and anti-facist groups. Volledige recensie lezen

Review: Dada & Surrealism (Phaidon Art and Ideas)

Gebruikersrecensie  - Jennpants - Goodreads

It's unfortunate that a subject so interesting is written in such a boring manner. I do appreciate the background histories of many of the artists (more women and non-europeans, tho, please) and the direct historical links between these artistic movements and radical and anti-facist groups. Volledige recensie lezen

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lntroduction On the Threshold of Liberty
Dadas Balcony Dada in Zurich l9l5l920 33
From the Other Side Dada in Other Neutral Cities l9l5l92l
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Over de auteur (1997)

Matthew Gale, a specialist in twentieth-century art, is a curator at Tate, London.

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