Harry N. Abrams, 1 mrt. 2007 - 96 pagina's
The web of friendships within the Surrealist circle was a key source of inspiration for this close group of artists and writers. Many of their greatest works stem from their collaborative approach to the creative process. Stimulated by mutual admiration, the works range from the sketchy 'cadavre exquis' drawings to complete ballet productions. The accounts of personal relationships reveal the often hidden iconography of many Surrealist artworks and help us understand the Surrealists' highly referential approach to objects. This is a fascinating look at 15 relationships between the main protagonists of Surrealism, from Salvador Dali and Gala Eluard to Marcel Duchamp and May Ray, featuring over 40 works of art and design from the movement.
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ADAGP Alberto Giacometti Andre Breton Art Institute Chicago artists Breton Cadavre exquis Cafe Centre Georges Pompidou collaboration Cologne contemporary art Dada Dali's Disagreeable Objects Eaubonne Edward James Foundation Eileen Agar Eluard and Max Exposition Internationale Exposition Surrealiste d'Objets FATAGAGA Fortuitous Encounters Frederick Kiesler friends Gala Eluard Gala-Salvador Dali Gelatin silver print Giorgio de Chirico grand masturbateur Guggenheim Foundation iconography imagery Indestructible Object International Surrealist Internationale du Surrealisme Jean Arp Joan Miro Lee Miller Archives Leonor Fini Leonora Carrington London mannequins Marcel Duchamp Mariee Mary Reynolds Max Ernst Meret Oppenheim Modern Art Museum of Art Museum of Modern Oil on canvas Opposite painting Paris and DACS Paul Eluard Paul Nash Peggy Guggenheim Collection Photo Photograph Picasso Pleasure Principle poets Private collection Ray Trust Ray Trust/ADAGP Ray's relationship Rene Magritte Romeo and Juliet Salvador Dali sculptural sexual studio summer Surrealism Surrealist Exhibition Surrealist group Tate Gallery Venice Solomon Wadsworth Atheneum Yves Tanguy