Surréalisme – National Art Centre Tokyo
“Surrealism. For me it was the most beautiful dream that embodies the pinnacle of youth.” – Marcel Duchamp
In Paris 1924, then 28-year-old poet Andre Breton, published his Surrealist Manifesto and sparked one of the largest 20th century art movements. Inspired by the laws of chance, randomness, dream, fantasy and myth, Surrealism’s influence has extended not just to literature and painting, but even to the film and advertising industries.
The exhibition 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.
Exhibited Artists: Irwin Burumenferudo, Gokey Ashiru, Alberto Giacometti, Andre Breton, Andre Masson, Yves Tanguy, Heisler Injihi, Bro Victor Nell, Lamb Vifuredo, Wilhelm Fureddi, Eli Lothar, Camille Gemansu, Claude Ann Carr, Salvador Dali, Anne Simon, Jackson Pollock, Jacques-Andre Bowafaru, Jacques Vert Pre, Jean Arp, Jean Dugotekusu, Joan Miro, Joseph Cornell, Josef Sima, Giorgio de Chirico, Dora Maar, Dorothea Tanning, Pablo Picasso, Hans Bellmer, Brassai, Francis Picabia, Herbert Buyers, Paul Delvaux, Max Ernst, Max Mollies, Matta, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Marie Towaiyan, Marcel Jean, Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray, Judith Laigle, Raul Yubakku, Lucien laurel, Luis Buñuel, Rene Clair, Rene Magritte, Robert Motherwell
Date: 9th February – 9th May,2011 (closed Tuesdays)
Hours: 10:00 – 18:00（ Fridays 10:00 – 20:00） Last admission : 30minutes before closing
The National Art Center, Tokyo
7-22-2 Roppongi, Minato-ku
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