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  • Surrealism
    1924 – 1950’s
    By: Jennifer Reyes
    • Francis Picabia
    • Kay Sage
    • Yves Tanguy 
    • Salvador Dali
    • Rene Magritte
    A few Surrealism Artists…
  • A style in which fantastical visual imagery from the subconscious mind is used with no intention of making the work logically comprehensible.
    Founded by Andre Breton in 1924, it was a primarily European movement that attracted many members of the chaotic Dada movement.
    Deeply influenced by the psychoanalytic work of Freud and Jung
    Surrealism is…
  • Some confusion lies between Surrealism and Dada.
    Surrealism applied automatism and related practices in a more systematic way.
    “Psychic-automatism" is a central tenet of surrealist thinking and its importance was stated in the first manifesto.
  • Francis Picabia
    La NuitEspangnole,c.1922
    Yves Tanguy
    Toilette de l'Air, 1937
    Kay Sage
    J'Ai Vu Trois Cites, 1944
  • Rene Magritte
    Les Valeurs Personnelles,
    1952
    Rene Magritte
    The Son of Man, 1964
  • Salvador Dali
    Soft Watch at the Moment of First Explosion,
    c.1954
    Salvador Dali
    Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee around a Pomegranate,
    c. 1944
  • http://www.the-art-world.com/history/surrealism1.htm
    http://www.artcyclopedia.com/history/surrealism.html
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