Posts Tagged ‘ Andre Breton ’

Fondation Beyeler Presents “Surrealism in Paris”

October 12th, 2011 - Leo Plaw Fondation Beyeler Presents “Surrealism in Paris”

The Fondation Beyeler’s exhibition brings together over two hundred outstanding works by Salvador Dalí, René Magritte, Joan Miró, and other Surrealist artists. Individual highlights include displays of unique private collections of Surrealist art amassed by Peggy Guggenheim and by Breton’s first wife, Simone Collinet.

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Miximages – Exquisite Corpses – Bernard Dumaine

May 1st, 2011 - Leo Plaw Miximages – Exquisite Corpses – Bernard Dumaine

Bernard Dumaine has now published the book “Exquisite Corpses”, of 78 pages, containing 80 collaborative drawings from 37 artists scattered all over the world.

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Surreal Objects – Dalí to Man Ray – Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt

March 1st, 2011 - Leo Plaw Surreal Things. Sculptures and objects from Dalí to Man Ray.

This is the first, wide-ranging exhibition to focus exclusively on the Surrealists’ three-dimensional works – about 150 of them in all. From today’s perspective, many of them seem surprisingly fresh and contemporary, not historical artefacts at all.

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Surréalisme – National Art Centre Tokyo

February 17th, 2011 - Leo Plaw Surréalisme – National Art Centre Tokyo

The National Art Centre Tokyo showcases a total of 170 Surrealist paintings, sculptures, objects, sketches, photos and films and other related materials from the extensive collection of the Pompidou Center in Paris.

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