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Books > Arts & Architecture > History of art / art & design styles > From 1900 > Art styles, First World War to 1960 > Surrealism & Dada

Surrealism - Surrealist Visuality (Hardcover): Silvano Levy Surrealism - Surrealist Visuality (Hardcover)
Silvano Levy
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Dal. Picasso. Ernst. Magritte. Maddox. Breton. Artaud, Fondane, Masson--all are to be found in this gallery of surrealist artists. Focussing on surrealist visuality--defined as the visual expression of internal perception or, in Andr Breton's words, internal representation--the contributors to this handsomely illustrated volume shed new light on one of the twentieth century's most exciting cultural movements.

Surrealism - Surrealist Visuality (Paperback): Silvano Levy Surrealism - Surrealist Visuality (Paperback)
Silvano Levy
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Dal. Picasso. Ernst. Magritte. Maddox. Breton. Artaud, Fondane, Masson--all are to be found in this gallery of surrealist artists. Focussing on surrealist visuality--defined as the visual expression of internal perception or, in Andr Breton's words, internal representation--the contributors to this handsomely illustrated volume shed new light on one of the twentieth century's most exciting cultural movements.

Rene Magritte - Beyond Painting (Hardcover): Patricia Allmer Rene Magritte - Beyond Painting (Hardcover)
Patricia Allmer
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Rene Magritte offers a rethinking of Magritte's art from a position informed by contemporary developments in art theory.

The book employs a wide range of literary and philosophical/cultural theoretical frameworks to analyze Magritte's art. It offers close readings of specific images, paying attention to neglected aspects of Magritte's work, discussing the significance of cabinets of curiosities and encyclopedias, trompe l'oeil, framing and forgeries. It addresses a range of intertextual relations between Magritte's work and that of other Surrealist artists and the art-historical tradition.

This highly readable text explores how Magritte's art challenges conventional notions of originality, canonicity and coherence, revealing his work as being shaped by co-operations and co-options. It demonstrates that uncertainty, incoherence and negation lie at the core of Magritte's oeuvre.

Die Andere Seite - Erzahlungen des Unbewussten (English, German, Paperback): Wilhelm-Hack Museum Die Andere Seite - Erzahlungen des Unbewussten (English, German, Paperback)
Wilhelm-Hack Museum
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With his mythical depictions of demons and fabulous creatures, the Austrian graphic artist and illustrator Alfred Kubin (1877- 1959) was an early representative of surrealism. Like other followers of this early 20th century movement, he rejected purely rational behaviour and explored the depths of the unconscious instead. In 1909, he published his novel The Other Side, (Die Andere Seite) a classic example of the fantastic genre that tells a cryptically absurd story of a dream kingdom in decline, replete with references to metaphysics and gnostic philosophy. Borrowing the novel's title, the Wilhelm-Hack-Museum has put on an exhibition showing early works by Alfred Kubin alongside outstanding examples of contemporary art. The exhibition is designed in a way that aims to stimulate the imagination, and to highlight hints of surrealism in international contemporary artworks. With works by: Thomas Feuerstein, Alfred Kubin, Henrique Oliveira, Hans Op de Beeck, Markus Schinwald, Stephane Thidet and others.

Pictorial Nominalism - On Marcel Duchamp's Passage from Painting to the Readymade (Paperback, New edition): Thierry De Duve Pictorial Nominalism - On Marcel Duchamp's Passage from Painting to the Readymade (Paperback, New edition)
Thierry De Duve; Translated by Dana Polan; Foreword by John Rajchman
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Reveals the invention of the readymade as a critical point in contemporary art. Beginning with the instance in 1912 when Marcel Duchamp wrote in a note to himself, "No more painting, get a job," Thierry de Duve reviews in "Pictorial Nominalism" the implications of the readymade for art and representation. Arguing that the readymade belongs to that moment in the history of painting when both figuration and the practice of painting become "impossible," de Duve presents a psychoanalytically informed account of the birth of abstraction. Differing considerably from such thinkers as Clement Greenberg and Peter Burger, de Duve demonstrates that the readymade is the link between painting in particular and art at large.

Semaine de Bonte - A Surrealistic Novel in Collage (Paperback, 2nd edition): Max Ernst, Stanley Appelbaum Semaine de Bonte - A Surrealistic Novel in Collage (Paperback, 2nd edition)
Max Ernst, Stanley Appelbaum
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Masterpiece created out of periodical illustrations explores worlds of terror and surprise. Some consider this Ernst's greatest work.

Le Grand Dechiffreur - Richard Hamilton on Marcel Duchamp (English, French, Paperback): Corinne Diserens, Richard Hamilton,... Le Grand Dechiffreur - Richard Hamilton on Marcel Duchamp (English, French, Paperback)
Corinne Diserens, Richard Hamilton, Gesine Tosin
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Leonora Carrington and the International Avant-Garde (Hardcover): Catriona McAra, Jonathan P. Eburne Leonora Carrington and the International Avant-Garde (Hardcover)
Catriona McAra, Jonathan P. Eburne
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Leonora Carrington (1917-2011) was an English surrealist artist and writer who emigrated to Mexico after the Second World War. As the first comprehensive examination of Carrington's writing and art, this volume approaches her as a major international figure in modern and contemporary art, literature and thought. It offers an interdisciplinary exploration of the intellectual, literary and artistic currents that animate her contribution to experimental art movements throughout the Western Hemisphere, including surrealism and magical realism. In addition to a substantive editorial introduction, the book contains nine chapters from scholars of modern literature and art, each focusing on a major feature in Carrington's career. It also features a visual essay drawn from the 2015 Tate Liverpool exhibition Leonora Carrington: Transgressing Discipline, and two experimental essays by the novelist Chloe Aridjis and the scholar Gabriel Weisz, Carrington's son. This collection offers a resource for students, researchers and readers interested in Carrington's works, and contributes to her continued rise in global recognition. -- .

Lee Miller - Photography, Surrealism, and Beyond (Hardcover): Patricia Allmer Lee Miller - Photography, Surrealism, and Beyond (Hardcover)
Patricia Allmer
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Lee Miller: Photography, surrealism, and beyond offers a major new critical discussion of the work of one of the most significant twentieth-century photographers. Applying art-theoretical analyses and insights afforded by previously unseen material in archives and collections, Patricia Allmer undertakes revisionary readings of many of Miller's works, including Portrait of Space, Severed Breast from Radical Mastectomy and the famous series of war photographs produced for Vogue. At the same time she sheds new light on Miller's relations with surrealist groups and American avant-gardes, on her experiences in Paris, Egypt and World War II Europe and on her critically neglected post-war activities. Above all, Lee Miller: Photography, surrealism, and beyond focuses critical attention on the works themselves. As a result it will be of great interest to students and scholars of twentieth-century photography, modernism and surrealism. -- .

Marcel Duchamp - Etant Donnes (English, German, French, Hardcover): Jeff Wall, Stefan Banz Marcel Duchamp - Etant Donnes (English, German, French, Hardcover)
Jeff Wall, Stefan Banz
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This volume documents photographer Jeff Wall's lecture on Duchamp's "Etant donnes," at the First Annual Anne d'Harnoncourt Memorial Symposium at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in 2009. Wall records the impact of "Etant donnes" upon his own work, which liberated him from the prevalent model of Conceptualism.

Simulating the Marvellous - Psychology - Surrealism - Postmodernism (Hardcover, New): David Lomas Simulating the Marvellous - Psychology - Surrealism - Postmodernism (Hardcover, New)
David Lomas; As told to Jeremy Stubbs
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Simulating the Marvellous presents important new research on Surrealism and the culture from which it arose. Offering fresh interpretations of Surrealist art and literature based around the theme of simulation, the book shows, in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, that the notion of simulation originated in a number of discrete contexts, in relation to hysteria and war neuroses; more broadly it shadows the emergence of our concept of "the unconscious."Acknowledging simulation's relevance to Surrealism, this book argues, radically alters our understanding of the Surrealists' project and the terms in which one gauges its success or failure. It leads one to question the naive assumption that automatic writing or drawing represent an authentic outpouring of the unconscious and gives renewed significance to a figure such as Salvador Dali who embraced simulation and made it the basis of his art and aesthetic. Resonances are also explored with postmodern theory and art practice, around the themes of simulation and the simulacrum.It also points to one of the ways in which Surrealism chimes with a core preoccupation of contemporary art and theory. Written accessibly, and ranging across many of the core ideas of Surrealism, David Lomas balances coverage of both Surrealist art and literature, looking at such figures as Dali, Eluard, Masson, Desnos, Brouillet, Picasso, Tanning and Janet, as well as Glenn Brown, Douglas Gordon and Sarah Lucas. The book will interest not only art historians and theorists, but also students and those with a general interest in Surrealism.

Memoirs of a Dada Drummer (Paperback): Richard Huelsenbeck Memoirs of a Dada Drummer (Paperback)
Richard Huelsenbeck; Edited by Hans J. Kleinschmidt; Foreword by Rudolf Kuenzli
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Richard Huelsenbeck's memoirs bring to life the intellectual, artistic, and political concerns of the individuals involved in the Dada movement and document its controversies. Illustrated with woodcuts and drawings by George Grosz and Hans Arp, 'Memoirs of a Dada Drummer' also includes a sixteen-page section of rare photographs.

The Exquisite Corpse - Chance and Collaboration in Surrealism's Parlor Game (Hardcover): Kanta Kochhar-lindgren, Davis... The Exquisite Corpse - Chance and Collaboration in Surrealism's Parlor Game (Hardcover)
Kanta Kochhar-lindgren, Davis Schneiderman, Tom Denlinger
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In a parlor game played by the Surrealist group--the foremost avant-gardists of their time--participants made their marks on the quadrants of a folded sheet of paper: a many-eyed head, a distorted torso, hands fondling swollen breasts, snarling reptilian-dog feet descending from an egg-shaped midsection. The "Exquisite Corpse," as it was called, is still very much alive, having found artistic and critical expression from the days of the Surrealists down to our own. This method has been used in collective artistic protocols as the "rules of engagement" for experimental art, as a form of social interaction, and as an alternative mode of critical thinking. This collection is the first to address both historical and contemporary works that employ the ritual of the "cadavre exquis." It offers a unique overview of the efforts of scholars and artists to articulate new notions of crossing temporal and spatial boundaries and to experience in a new way the body's mutability through visual, auditory, tactile, and kinesthetic frames. Bringing together diverse writers from across disciplinary boundaries, this volume continues the cultural and methodological innovations that have unfolded since the first days of the "Exquisite Corpse."

Surrealism and the Art of Crime (Hardcover): Jonathan P. Eburne Surrealism and the Art of Crime (Hardcover)
Jonathan P. Eburne; Foreword by Liza Featherstone
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Corpses mark surrealism's path through the twentieth century, providing material evidence of the violence in modern life. Though the shifting group of poets, artists, and critics who made up the surrealist movement were witness to total war, revolutionary violence, and mass killing, it was the tawdry reality of everyday crime that fascinated them. Jonathan P. Eburne shows us how this focus reveals the relationship between aesthetics and politics in the thought and artwork of the surrealists and establishes their movement as a useful platform for addressing the contemporary problem of violence, both individual and political.In a book strikingly illustrated with surrealist artworks and their sometimes gruesome source material, Eburne addresses key individual works by both better-known surrealist writers and artists (including Andre Breton, Louis Aragon, Aime Cesaire, Jacques Lacan, Georges Bataille, Max Ernst, and Salvador Dali) and lesser-known figures (such as Rene Crevel, Simone Breton, Leonora Carrington, Benjamin Peret, and Jules Monnerot). For Eburne "the art of crime" denotes an array of cultural production including sensationalist journalism, detective mysteries, police blotters, crime scene photos, and documents of medical and legal opinion as well as the roman noir, in particular the first crime novel of the American Chester Himes. The surrealists collected and scrutinized such materials, using them as the inspiration for the outpouring of political tracts, pamphlets, and artworks through which they sought to expose the forms of violence perpetrated in the name of the state, its courts, and respectable bourgeois values.Concluding with the surrealists' quarrel with the existentialists and their bitter condemnation of France's anticolonial wars, Surrealism and the Art of Crime establishes surrealism as a vital element in the intellectual, political, and artistic history of the twentieth century."

Robert Desnos, Surrealism, and the Marvelous in Everyday Life (Paperback): Katharine Conley Robert Desnos, Surrealism, and the Marvelous in Everyday Life (Paperback)
Katharine Conley
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In this critical biography of Robert Desnos (1900-1945), Katharine Conley reevaluates the surrealist movement through the life and works of one of its founders. Desnos was as famous among the surrealists for his independence of mind as for his elaborate "automatic" drawings and his brilliant oral and written performances during the incubational period of the group. He stayed with the official surrealist movement in Paris for only six years but was pivotal during that time in shaping the surrealist notion of "transforming the world" through radical experiments with language and art. After leaving the group, Desnos continued his career of radio broadcasting and writing for commercials. Though no longer part of the official movement, he remained committed to his own version of popular surrealism: Desnosian surrealism and the search for the "marvelous" in everyday life. Near the end of World War II he was deported and imprisoned for his work in the French Resistance and died at the newly liberated camp of Terezin in Czechoslovakia. Reports from within the camp indicate that Desnos took with him into Terezin his most deeply held surrealist beliefs.

Automatic Woman - The Representation of Woman in Surrealism (Paperback): Katharine Conley Automatic Woman - The Representation of Woman in Surrealism (Paperback)
Katharine Conley
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Contemporary feminist critics have often described Surrealism as a misogynist movement. In "Automatic Woman," Katharine Conley addresses this issue, confirming some feminist allegations while qualifying and overturning others. Through insightful analyses of works by a range of writers and artists, Conley develops a complex view of Surrealist portrayals of Woman.

Conley begins with a discussion of the composite image of Woman developed by such early male Surrealists as Andre Breton, Francis Picabia, and Paul Eluard. She labels that image "Automatic Woman"--a term that comprises views of Woman as provocative and revolutionary but also as a depersonalized object largely devoid of individuality and volition. This analysis largely confirms feminist critiques of Surrealism. The heart of the book, however, examines the writings of Leonora Carrington and Unica Zurn, two women in the Surrealist movement whose works, Conley argues, anticipate much contemporary feminist art and theory. In concluding, Conley shows how Breton's own views on women evolved in the course of his long career, arriving at last at a position far more congenial to contemporary feminists.

"Automatic Woman" is distinguished by Katharine Conley's judicious understanding of how women--and the image of Woman--figured in Surrealism. The book is an important contemporary account of a cultural movement that continues to fascinate, influence, and provoke us.

I Regret Only Everything (Hardcover): Dushyandhan Mars Yuvarajan I Regret Only Everything (Hardcover)
Dushyandhan Mars Yuvarajan; Designed by Dushyandhan Mars Yuvarajan; Contributions by Dushyandhan Mars Yuvarajan
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The Snowing and Greening of Thomas Passmore (Paperback, Revised ed.): Paul Burman The Snowing and Greening of Thomas Passmore (Paperback, Revised ed.)
Paul Burman
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Cambridge Film Handbooks - Bunuel's The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (Paperback, New): Marsha Kinder Cambridge Film Handbooks - Bunuel's The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (Paperback, New)
Marsha Kinder
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The first collection of critical essays on Luis Bunuel's 1972 Oscar-winning masterpiece, The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, this anthology brings fresh perspectives to the most sophisticated film of this director whose narrative experimentation was always ahead of its time. Combining some of the world's most distinguished scholars on Bunuel and Spanish cinema with new voices in cultural theory, this volume helps us to rethink not only The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, but also Bunuel's entire body of work. Among the topics examined are Bunuel's relationship to surrealism, the transnational (Spanish, French, Mexican, and American) nature of his work, and his dramatic and idiosyncratic rethinking of sex, narrative and gender. Also included are vintage reviews of the film, as well a selected Bunuel bibliography.

Refusal of the Shadow - Surrealism and the Caribbean (Paperback, New): Michael Richardson Refusal of the Shadow - Surrealism and the Caribbean (Paperback, New)
Michael Richardson; Translated by Michael Richardson, Krzysztof Fijatkowski
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In 1932, at the very peak of French colonialism, a group of Martiniquan students at the Sorbonne in Paris established a Caribbean Surrealist Group, and published a single issue of a journal called Legitime Defense. Immediately banned by the authorities, it passed almost unnoticed at the time. Yet its publication began a remarkable series of debates and collaborations between surrealism and Caribbean intellectuals that had a profound impact on the struggle for cultural identity. In the next two decades these exchanges greatly influenced the evolution of the concept of negritude, initiated revolution in Haiti in 1946, and crucially affected the development of surrealism itself. This fascinating book explores the nature of this relationship between black anti-colonialist movements in the Caribbean and the most radical of the European avant-gardes, and presents a series of key texts which reveal its complexity - most of them never before translated into English. Included are Rene Menil's subtle philosophical essays and the fierce polemics of Aime and Suzanne Cesaire that had a great influence on Franz Fanon, appreciations of surrealism by Haitian writers, lyrical evocations of the Caribbean by Andre Breton and Andre Masson, and rich explorations of Haiti and voodoo religion by Pierre Mabille and Michel Leiris.

Death Of Andre Breton (Paperback, New Ed): Jean Yves Collette Death Of Andre Breton (Paperback, New Ed)
Jean Yves Collette; Translated by R Chamberlain
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The Death of Andre Breton is fiction which reads like a detective novel. The suspense, unlike in the traditional plot, is offered to us here in an elliptical manner. The criss-crossing of different strata of writing makes this a story about confession, delirium, reality. Add to this the presence of what Jean Yves Collette has already introduced to us in his earlier books, eroticism/ {Claude Beausoleil, Le Devoir}

Revolution of the Mind - The Life of Andre Breton (Paperback, Revised edition): Mark Polizzotti Revolution of the Mind - The Life of Andre Breton (Paperback, Revised edition)
Mark Polizzotti
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From Paris to Tloen - Surrealism as World Literature (Hardcover, HPOD): Delia Ungureanu From Paris to Tloen - Surrealism as World Literature (Hardcover, HPOD)
Delia Ungureanu
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Best International Debut in 2017 (awarded by Romanian General and Comparative Literature Association) Most Prestigious Publication in the Humanities (awarded by the Senate of the University of Bucharest) Surrealism began as a movement in poetry and visual art, but it turned out to have its widest impact worldwide in fiction-including in major world writers who denied any connection to surrealism at all. At the heart of this book are discoveries Delia Ungureanu has made in the archives of Harvard's Widener and Houghton libraries, where she has found that Jorge Luis Borges and Vladimir Nabokov were greatly indebted to surrealism for the creation of the pivotal characters who brought them world fame: Pierre Menard and Lolita. In From Paris to Tloen: Surrealism as World Literature, Ungureanu explores the networks of transmission and transformation that turned an avant-garde Parisian movement into a global literary phenomenon. From Paris to Tloen gives a fresh account of surrealism's surprising success, exploring the process of artistic transfer by which the surrealist object rapidly evolved from a purely poetic conception to a mainstay of surrealist visual art and then a key element in late modernist and postmodern fiction, from Borges and Nabokov to such disparate writers as Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Haruki Murakami, and Orhan Pamuk in the 21st century.

The Indefinite Duchamp (Paperback): Thomas Girst The Indefinite Duchamp (Paperback)
Thomas Girst; Foreword by Hans Ulrich Obrist
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In 2009, 12 years after acquiring the Duchamp collection of Ronny van de Velde, the Staatliche Museum Schwerin launched a Duchamp Research Center. This publication is the second volume of the Center's "Poeisis" series, inaugurated in 2011 with "Impuls Marcel Duchamp." "The Indefinite Duchamp" assembles essays by Duchamp expert Thomas Girst, interviews with Duchamp's contemporaries and quotations from peers.

Mamas of Dada - Women of the European Avant-Garde (Hardcover): Paula K Kamenish Mamas of Dada - Women of the European Avant-Garde (Hardcover)
Paula K Kamenish
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Mamas of Dada focuses on the lives and works of six representative female supporters of the Dada movement: Emmy Hennings, Gabrielle Buffet, Germaine Everling, Celine Arnauld, Juliette Roche, and Hannah Hoech. Paula K. Kamenish selected these women for their avant-garde pursuits in the chief centers of Dada's rebellious activity and, more important, because they left behind a written record of their involvement with the movement, which was short lived - from 1916 to 1924 - but widespread geographically. The rebellious spirit of the Dada period proved portable and adaptable, and the movement led to later forms of surrealism at the same time that it borrowed from Expressionism, Constructivism, Futurism, and Cubism. Its influence was felt on sculpture, painting, dance, music, textile art, film, decoupage, photomontage, mask making, and poetry. Some female Dadaists were active participants - appearing in literary journals, on stage, or in galleries - while others were observant and recording witnesses, but each played a role in supporting the movement and its more prominent members. Female Dadaists motivated the hesitant Hugo Ball, tempered the mechanical Francis Picabia, and nurtured the inventive but temperamental Raoul Hausmann. Some women inspired or gave a home to a wandering Tristan Tzara, while another provided a satiric chastisement of Dadaists in New York, Barcelona, and Paris. Each woman helps us chronicle and better understand Dada's European (and sometimes American) manifestations. Unlike their Futurist and Surrealist sisters, whose contributions were grudgingly accepted by male artists and writers, female Dadaists were able to join more readily in the movement's unified attack on social norms. And, because of their individual talents and insights, they did so in ways that were often quite different from methods adopted by their male counterparts.

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