After a six years, the artworks of James Gleeson will be exhibited at Charles Nodrum Gallery again.
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The imaginary realism has become a global movement. This is the programmatic summary of the Marcel Salome. This is his fifth edition of “Dreamscapes” (dream worlds or landscapes). 75 contemporary artists will be presented with their artworks, personal statements and standardized interviews: Who or what inspires them, what drives them? How the outside world affects their art? The book heavily represents Europeans, but the U.S., Japan, India and Iraq are represented as well.
The Albertina will devote an exhibition to the first retrospective in Austria of Max Ernst. Presenting a selection of 180 paintings, collages, and sculptures, as well as relevant examples of illustrated books and documents, the exhibition will assemble works related to all of the artist’s periods, discoveries, and techniques, thereby introducing his life and œuvre within a both biographic and historical context.
Surrealism Now began in 2010 with the support of the Bissaya Barreto Foundation and now to celebrate the fifty years of the Conímbriga Monographic Museum, Santiago Ribeiro has gathered together surrealists from more than 10 countries to exhibit works.
Artist Santiago Ribeiro the curator of the very successful “Surrealism Now” exhibition in Cumbria, Portugal, in collaboration with Liba Waring Stambollion have organised a quality exhibition in the heart of Paris at Dorothy’s Gallery, the American Center for the arts. The exhibition brings together artists from diverse countries, such as France, Portugal, Russia, United States, Czech Republic, Vietnam and Latvia.
Great Exhibition of Magical Realism MAGICAL DREAMS. This exhibition presents the achievements of artists working in direction of Magic Realism and Surrealism. Participating will be artists from Poland, Europe and USA. All of them have huge artistic output, and are very successful in the field of painting and sculpture.
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.