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Introduction to Surrealism after WWI and the major Surrealist artists.

Introduction to Surrealism after WWI and the major Surrealist artists.


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  • 1. Surrealism
  • 2. Andre Breton
    • Started in Dada art
    • Turned then to Surrealism and wrote The Surrealism Manifesto in 1924.
    • Influenced by psychological theories
  • 3. Surrealism= conscious and unconscious realms of experience so that the world of dream and fantasy would be joined to everyday world.
    • Influence from psychology
    • of the time as well as reactions to
    • WWI and II
    • -1920’s -1954
  • 4. Man Ray 1890-1976
    • “ L e Violon d’Ingres” 1924
    Self-Portrait Assemblage, 1916
  • 5. Joan Miro 1 893-1983 “Shooting Star”, 1916
  • 6.
    • “Dutch Interior”
  • 7. Yves Tanguy "Through Birds Through Fire But Not Through Glass" “ Indefinite Divisibility”
  • 8. Max Ernst “Design in nature”
  • 9. Giorgio De Chirico 1888-1978
    • “Love Song”
  • 10. Georgio de Chirico. La conquista del filósofo. 1914
  • 11. Rene Magritte 1898-1967
    • “ The Human Condition”, 1933
  • 12.  
  • 13. “The Red Model”, 1936 “ Not to Be Reproduced”, (1937)
  • 14.  
  • 15. Kay Sage 1898-1963
    • “I Saw 3 Cities”
    “Self-Portrait”
  • 16. Salvador Dali 1904-1989
  • 17. “The Elephants”
  • 18. “Three Sphinxes of Bikini”
  • 19. “The Burning Giraffe” “Soft Self-Portrait with Bacon”
  • 20. “Galatia of Spheres”
  • 21. “The Persistence of Memory” 1931 1952-1954
  • 22.  
  • 23. Meret Oppenheim “Lunch in Fur”
  • 24. The Exquisite Corpse

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