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

Dali (Paperback, Revised and updated edition): Dawn Ades Dali (Paperback, Revised and updated edition)
Dawn Ades
R223 R186 Discovery Miles 1 860 Save R37 (17%) Special order

Salvador Dali is perhaps the most universally famous and popular twentieth-century artist. What accounts for this popularity? Is it his excellence as an artist? The accessibility of his imagery? Or his genius as a self-publicist? In a searching text, completely revised and updated in this edition to incorporate new information that has come to light since Dali's death in 1989, Dawn Ades considers some of the puzzling questions raised by the Dali phenomenon. His early years, the development of his technique and style, his relationship with the Surrealists, his exploitation of Freudian ideas, and the image which Dali created of himself as the mad genius artist are all explored in this brilliant and thought provoking study.

The Surrealist Parade: Literary history (Paperback, New): Wayne Andrews The Surrealist Parade: Literary history (Paperback, New)
Wayne Andrews
R203 Discovery Miles 2 030 Special order

Traces the history of the surrealist movement, includes brief profiles of leading surrealist artists and writers, and discusses the aims of the moveme

Dali in the Third Dimension - The Stratton Foundation Collection (Hardcover): Umberto Allemandi & C Dali in the Third Dimension - The Stratton Foundation Collection (Hardcover)
Umberto Allemandi & C
R1,904 R1,491 Discovery Miles 14 910 Save R413 (22%) Special order

This book is an in-depth study of the three-dimensional works of the great Catalan artist Salvador Dali. It presents the dreams of a collector, Mr Beniamino Levi, who created the Stratton Foundation Collection, the most important of its kind, and depicts one man's quest to bring these works of art to the notice of the public. Mr Levi, President of the Stratton Foundation, met Salvador Dali for the first time more than forty years ago. As a major collector and gallery owner specialising in Surrealism, he was immediately fascinated by Dali's sculptural work and realised that this aspect of the artist's oeuvre was not known to the world at large. After a life dedicated to collecting and locating Dali's works, he has assembled an extraordinary collection of sculptural works that he has toured worldwide, thus doing much to promote awareness of a major aspect of Dali's creative genius. Today, the Collection is internationally renowned, having been seen by more than ten million people around the world and exhibited in over eighty prestigious museums and locations, including the Espace Dali in Paris, which houses the only permanent exhibition of Dali's works in France.

Investigating Sex - Surrealist Discussions (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition): Dawn Ades Investigating Sex - Surrealist Discussions (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Dawn Ades; Edited by Jose Pierre
R356 R327 Discovery Miles 3 270 Save R29 (8%) Special order

Are women s orgasms more intense than men s? What did Andre Breton think of homosexuality? Can love be separated from physical desire? In 1928 a group of surrealist writers and artists held twelve round table discussions to address these questions.

Calling them researches into sexuality, their bizarre and humorous conversations are now made available in this new edition in all their surreal and salacious detail. Their research spanned the most critical period for surrealism, a time of bitter political disputes, echoed in the intensity of these meetings and in the range of participants, including Andre Breton, Paul Eluard, Yves Tanguy, Benjamin Peret and Pierre Naville.

Well before the so-called sexual revolution, their erotic exchanges broke sexual taboos and encouraged surrealists to openly share the libidinal themes they explored in their writing and art. In doing so, JoAnn Wypijewski writes in the new introduction, they are revealed as lovers and prigs, fantasists and humanists, adventurers in mind if not always in flesh flawed, foolish, brilliant, clangingly sexual human beings.

Art et Liberte - Rupture, War and Surrealism in Egypt (1938 - 1948) (Paperback): Till Fellrath Art et Liberte - Rupture, War and Surrealism in Egypt (1938 - 1948) (Paperback)
Till Fellrath; Sam Bardaouil
R685 R542 Discovery Miles 5 420 Save R143 (21%) Special order
Duchamp - Love and Death Even (Hardcover, Illustrated Ed): Juan Ramirez Duchamp - Love and Death Even (Hardcover, Illustrated Ed)
Juan Ramirez
R715 R560 Discovery Miles 5 600 Save R155 (22%) Special order

Marcel Duchamp's stature in the history of art has grown steadily since the 1950s, as several artistic movements have embraced him as their founding father. But although his influence is comparable only to Picasso's, Duchamp continues to be relatively unknown outside his narrow circle of followers. This book seeks to explain his oeuvre, which has been shrouded with mystery.
Duchamp's two great preoccupations were the nature of scientific truth and a feeling for love with its natural limit, death. His works all speak of eroticism in a way that pushes the socially acceptable to its outer limits. Juan Antonio Ramirez addresses such questions as the meaning of the artist's ground-breaking ready-mades and his famous installation "Etant donnes"; his passionate essay reproduces all of Duchamp's important works, in addition to numerous previously unpublished visual sources. "Duchamp: Love and Death, even" is a seminal monograph for understanding this crucial figure of modern art.

Luis Bunuel - A Life in Letters (Paperback, Annotated edition): Jo Evans, Breixo Viejo Luis Bunuel - A Life in Letters (Paperback, Annotated edition)
Jo Evans, Breixo Viejo
R734 R569 Discovery Miles 5 690 Save R165 (22%) Special order

Luis Bunuel: A Life in Letters provides access for the first time to an annotated English-language version of around 250 of the most important and most widely relevant of these letters. Bunuel (1900-1983) came to international attention with his first films, Un Chien Andalou (with Dali, 1929) and L'Age d'Or (1930): two surprisingly avant-garde productions that established his position as the undisputed master of Surrealist filmmaking. He went on to make 30 full-length features in France, the US and Mexico, and consolidated his international reputation with a Palme d'Or for Viridiana in 1961, and an Academy Award in 1973 for The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie. He corresponded with some of the most famous writers, directors, actors and artists of his generation and the list of these correspondents reads like a roll call of major twentieth-century cultural icons: Fellini, Truffaut, Vigo, Aragon, Dali, Unik - and yet none of this material has been accessible outside specialist archives and a very small number of publications in Spanish and French.

Enrico Donati - Surrealism and Beyond (Hardcover, 1st ed): Enrico Donati Enrico Donati - Surrealism and Beyond (Hardcover, 1st ed)
Enrico Donati
R836 R670 Discovery Miles 6 700 Save R166 (20%) Special order

Donati, the young Italian anointed Surrealism's Wunderkind by Andre Breton in 1942, has gone on to a rich career as an artist of the New York School, his vision transformed many times over through 55 years of highly provocative, richly textured, ravishingly colourful work.

Dada (Hardcover): Nathalia Brodskaia Dada (Hardcover)
Nathalia Brodskaia
R255 R218 Discovery Miles 2 180 Save R37 (15%) Special order

In 1916, in the heart of a Germany bruised by World War I, artists regrouped around the poet Tristan Tzara and chose, in a spirit of hope and rebellion, to demythologize art. A work of art was no longer the result of a particular plan, which Brodskaia explores in this look at Dadaism.

Dada - Zurich, Berlin, Hannover, Cologne, New York, Paris (Paperback): Leah Dickerman, Brigid Doherty Dada - Zurich, Berlin, Hannover, Cologne, New York, Paris (Paperback)
Leah Dickerman, Brigid Doherty
R703 R586 Discovery Miles 5 860 Save R117 (17%) Special order

Now available in paperback, this lavishly illustrated and astonishingly comprehensive volume stands as the definitive study of the influential but deliberately elusive international Dada movement of the early twentieth century. Organized according to the primary city centers where this shifting, quintessentially avant garde movement emerged, "Dada: Zurich, Berlin, Hannover, Cologne, New York, Paris" features the work of 40 key artists, both infamous and lesser-known, including Louis Aragon, Hans Arp, Hugo Ball, Andre Breton, Otto Dix, Marcel Duchamp, Hannah Hoch, Man Ray, Tristan Tzara and Kurt Schwitters, to name just a few, in media spanning painting, sculpture, photography, collage, photomontage, prints and graphic work. Dynamically designed with an uncommon intelligence suited to the complexity of the movement itself, it contains hundreds of reproductions of works which, until the major traveling exhibition of 2005 and 2006 for which this book was originally produced, had for the most part never been seen in one place together. Documentary images, topical essays and an invaluable illustrated chronology of the movement make this volume uniquely essential, along with witty chronicles of events in each city center; a selected bibliography; and biographies of each artist accompanied by Dada-era photographs.

Looking at Dada (Paperback): Sarah Ganz Blythe, Edward D. Powers Looking at Dada (Paperback)
Sarah Ganz Blythe, Edward D. Powers
R286 R237 Discovery Miles 2 370 Save R49 (17%) Special order
A Farewell to Art - Chagall, Shakespeare and Prospero (Hardcover): Hanna Scolnicov A Farewell to Art - Chagall, Shakespeare and Prospero (Hardcover)
Hanna Scolnicov
R675 R530 Discovery Miles 5 300 Save R145 (21%) Special order

At the age of 88, Chagall produced fifty black-and-white lithographs, illustrating The Tempest. They were printed alongside Shakespeare's play in 1975 in a limited collectors' edition, and are almost unknown even to Chagall scholars. The loose leaves of this unbound volume allow the lithographs to be taken out and framed, as will be done in the Ben Uri Gallery exhibition. Towards the end of the play, Prospero famously gives up his "rough magic" and drowns his book. As this may be Shakespeare's last play, many have read Prospero's abjuration of his "art to enchant" as the playwright's own farewell to writing. Chagall's very personal treatment of the play adds a third story to this expression of the farewell to art by an ageing artist. Far from being Renaissance aristocrats, the figures are Chagall's familiar protagonists, from his own personal mythography. The tempest itself is transformed into the symbolic tempest that engulfed Chagall's life in the first half of the twentieth century, turning the Jewish people into refugees.

Surrealism, Feminism, Psychoanalysis (Paperback): Natalya Lusty Surrealism, Feminism, Psychoanalysis (Paperback)
Natalya Lusty
R964 Discovery Miles 9 640 Special order

How did women Surrealists such as Leonora Carrington and Claude Cahun take up the question of female identity in terms of their own aesthetic and intellectual practice? What was the response of women analysts such as Joan Riviere to Freud's psychoanalytic construction of femininity? These are among the questions that Natalya Lusty brings to her sophisticated and theoretically informed investigation into the appropriation of 'the feminine' by the Surrealist movement. Combining biographical and textual methods of analysis with historically specific discussions of related cultural sites such as women's magazines, fashion, debutante culture, sexology, modernist lesbian subculture, pornography, and female criminality, the book examines the ambiguities and blind spots that haunt the work of more central figures such as Andre Breton, Georges Bataille, Jacques Lacan, Walter Benjamin, and the Surrealist photographer Hans Bellmer. Lusty's examination of a series of psychoanalytic Surrealist themes, including narcissism, fantasy, masquerade, perversion, and 'the double', illuminates a modernist preoccupation with the crisis of subjectivity and representation and its ongoing relevance to more recent work by Cindy Sherman and Judith Butler. Her book is an important contribution to modernist studies that will appeal to scholars and students working across a diverse range of fields, including literary studies, gender studies, visual culture, cultural studies, and cultural history.

Dali and I - Exposing the Dark Circus of the International Art Market (Hardcover): Stan Lauryssens Dali and I - Exposing the Dark Circus of the International Art Market (Hardcover)
Stan Lauryssens
R365 R286 Discovery Miles 2 860 Save R79 (22%) Special order

An extraordinary memoir of fortune, fraud, and the master of modern art

Art dealer Stan Lauryssens made millions in modern art, but he sold only one name: Salvador Dali. The surrealist painter's work was a hot commodity for the newly rich, investors, and shady businessmen looking to launder their black-market cash. Stan didn't mind looking the other way; he just hoped the buyers would look the other way as well. The artworks he sold came from some very questionable sources, but he soon discovered that the shadiest source of all was Dali himself.

The more successful Stan became, the closer he came to Dali, until he found himself living next door to the aging artist, in the Catalonian hills. While hiding from Interpol's detectives, Stan spent his time with the artists, musicians, business associates, and eccentrics who surrounded Dali. He learned about Dali's secret history, the studio of artists who produced his work, and the moneymaking machine that kept Dali's extravagant lifestyle afloat long after his creativity began to flounder.

"Dali & I" offers a behind-the-scenes view of the commerce and conspiracy that go hand in hand in the international art world, written by a man who has been to the top only to discover that it's not so different from the bottom. ""

Surrealism - Surrealist Visuality (Paperback, New ed): Silvano Levy Surrealism - Surrealist Visuality (Paperback, New ed)
Silvano Levy
R1,009 R911 Discovery Miles 9 110 Save R98 (10%) Special order

A major reassessment of Surrealism which explores the concept of 'visuality' applied to one of the twentieth century's most exciting cultural movements. Leading international scholars present the latest research on Surrealism in all its forms, including painting, film and automatism. The contributions included here cover the work of Dali, Picasso, Ernst, Magritte, Maddox, Breton, Artaud, Fondane and Masson. Broad-ranging and innovative in its approach, this book is an invaluable resource for all art and cultural historians.

Abyss of Reason - Cultural Movements, Revelations, and Betrayals (Hardcover, New): Daniel Cottom Abyss of Reason - Cultural Movements, Revelations, and Betrayals (Hardcover, New)
Daniel Cottom
R2,013 Discovery Miles 20 130 Special order

In this pathbreaking study, the historical relationship between nineteenth-century spiritualism and twentieth-century surrealism is the basis for a general examination of conflicting movements in literature, art, philosophy, science, and other areas of social life. Because spiritualism delved into the world beyond humanity and surrealism was founded on the world within, the two provide a provocative frame for examining the struggles within modern culture. Cottom argues that we must conceive of interpretation in terms of urgency, desire, fierce contention, and impromptu deviation if we want to understand how things come to bear meaning for us. He demonstrates that even when Victorians holding seances and surrealists composing manifestoes were most foolish, they had much that was valuable to say about the life (and death) of reason.

Maniac Eyeball - The Unspeakable Confessions of Salvador Dali (Paperback, Revised): Salvador Dali Maniac Eyeball - The Unspeakable Confessions of Salvador Dali (Paperback, Revised)
Salvador Dali
R427 R390 Discovery Miles 3 900 Save R37 (9%) Special order

"Maniac Eyeball is the third, final and most comprehensive volume of autobiography written by the late Salvador Dali. "Maniac Eyeball contains the frank and uncensored confessions of Salvador Dali, from his childhood and first adolescent sexual experiences to his emergence as a painter, surrealist and eventually the most famous-and possibly richest-artist of modern times. These inspired tracts, covering art, love, sex, money, death, fame, science, his famous friends and enemies, and his extraordinary creative genius, reveal the intricate workings of Dali's mind to create not only an unparalleled autobiography, but also one of the key surrealist texts yet published.

Salvador Dali (1904-"1989) entered the ranks of the Surrealists in 1929 with a series of iconoclastic paintings which fused technical virtuosity with Freudian infantilism, leading to his invention of the "paranoiac-critical" method. Later expelled from the surrealist group, he was christened "Avida Dollars" by Andre Breton while acquiring the reputation of master showman and scandalist. His art and writings remain among the most unique and important bodies of work of the 20th century.

"Dali's paintings reveal in the most powerful form the basic elements of the Surrealist imagination: a series of equations for dealing with the extraordinary transformations of our age. Let us salute this unique genius, who has counted for the first time the multiplication tables of obsession, psychopathology and possibility"-J.G. Ballard

Volume One of Creation Art Directives, a new series devoted to promoting the avant-garde
Contains over 100 photos, illustrations and paintings by Dali
Cover quote by J.G.Ballard
Companion toCreation's successful "Diary Of A Genius (20,000 sold to date)

Making History - Surrealism and the Invention of a Political Culture (Hardcover): Kirsten Strom Making History - Surrealism and the Invention of a Political Culture (Hardcover)
Kirsten Strom
R1,632 Discovery Miles 16 320 Special order

In Making History, Kirsten Strom investigates the Surrealists' radical critique of history and historical authorship. Locating Surrealism firmly within the culture wars of France in the 1920s and 30s, Strom examines the construction of a Surrealist anti-canon, one which would corrupt the contents of conventional artistic and literary canons, while simultaneously exposing the ideological biases of histories purportedly based on transcendent, timeless, and universal aesthetic truths. Indeed, through their celebration of the scandalous and the marginalized, as exemplified by figures including the Marquis de Sade, "outsider" artist Ferdinand Cheval, and unknown child poet Giselle Prassinos, the Surrealists would reveal that history can be not only a form of oppression, but a form of protest as well.

Surrealism, Feminism, Psychoanalysis (Hardcover, New Ed): Natalya Lusty Surrealism, Feminism, Psychoanalysis (Hardcover, New Ed)
Natalya Lusty
R2,674 Discovery Miles 26 740 Special order

How did women Surrealists such as Leonora Carrington and Claude Cahun take up the question of female identity in terms of their own aesthetic and intellectual practice? What was the response of women analysts such as Joan Riviere to Freud's psychoanalytic construction of femininity? These are among the questions that Natalya Lusty brings to her sophisticated and theoretically informed investigation into the appropriation of 'the feminine' by the Surrealist movement. Combining biographical and textual methods of analysis with historically specific discussions of related cultural sites such as women's magazines, fashion, debutante culture, sexology, modernist lesbian subculture, pornography, and female criminality, the book examines the ambiguities and blind spots that haunt the work of more central figures such as Andre Breton, Georges Bataille, Jacques Lacan, Walter Benjamin, and the Surrealist photographer Hans Bellmer. Lusty's examination of a series of psychoanalytic Surrealist themes, including narcissism, fantasy, masquerade, perversion, and 'the double', illuminates a modernist preoccupation with the crisis of subjectivity and representation and its ongoing relevance to more recent work by Cindy Sherman and Judith Butler. Her book is an important contribution to modernist studies that will appeal to scholars and students working across a diverse range of fields, including literary studies, gender studies, visual culture, cultural studies, and cultural history.

Surrealism and the Exotic (Paperback): Louise Tythacott Surrealism and the Exotic (Paperback)
Louise Tythacott
R835 Discovery Miles 8 350 Special order

Surrealism and the Exotic is the story of the obsessive relationship between surrealist and non-western culture. Describing the travels across Africa, Oceania, Mexico and the Caribbean made by wealthy aesthetes, it combines an insight into the mentality of early twentieth century collectors with an overview of the artistic heritage at stake in these adventures. Featuring more than 70 photographs of artefacts, exhibitions and expeditions-in-progress, it brings to life the climate of hedonism enjoyed by Breton, Ernst, Durkheim, and Mauss, It is an unparalleled introduction to the Surrealist movement and to French thought and culture in the 1920s and 1930s.

Intimate Collaborations - Kandinsky and Munter, Arp and Taeuber (Hardcover): Bibiana K Obler Intimate Collaborations - Kandinsky and Munter, Arp and Taeuber (Hardcover)
Bibiana K Obler
R1,297 Discovery Miles 12 970 Special order

This compelling examination of the work and lives of Expressionist artists Wassily Kandinsky and Gabriele Munter and Dadaists Hans Arp and Sophie Taeuber illuminates the roles of gender and the applied arts in abstraction's early days. Both couples, like Expressionism and Dada more generally, strived to transcend the fragmented individualism promoted by capitalism. Through abstraction and by unsettling the boundaries between the decorative and fine arts, they negotiated tensions between the philosophical and commercial aspects of their production. Both pairs were feminist--the women ambitious and the men supportive of their work--but theirs was a feminism that embraced differences between the sexes. This innovative look at the personal relationships of two influential artist couples shows how everyday life--mundane concerns along with spiritual and intellectual endeavors--informed the development of abstraction.

Surrealism: Key Concepts (Hardcover): Michael Richardson, Krzysztof Fijalkowski Surrealism: Key Concepts (Hardcover)
Michael Richardson, Krzysztof Fijalkowski
R2,107 Discovery Miles 21 070 Special order

Emerging from the disruption of the First World War, surrealism confronted the resulting `crisis of consciousness' in a way that was arguably more profound than any other cultural movement of the time. The past few decades have seen an expansion of interest in surrealist writers, whose contribution to the history of ideas in the twentieth-century is only now being recognised. Surrealism: Key Concepts is the first book in English to present an overview of surrealism through the central ideas motivating the popular movement. An international team of contributors provide an accessible examination of the key concepts, emphasising their relevance to current debates in social and cultural theory. This book will be an invaluable guide for students studying a range of disciplines, including Philosophy, Anthropology, Sociology and Cultural Studies, and anyone who wishes to engage critically with surrealism for the first time. Contributors: Dawn Ades, Joyce Cheng, Jonathan P. Eburne, Krzysztof Fijalkowski, Guy Girard, Raihan Kadri, Michael Loewy, Jean-Michel Rabate, Michael Richardson, Donna Roberts, Bertrand Schmitt, Georges Sebbag, Raymond Spiteri, and Michael Stone-Richards.

Discover the Dali Theatre-Museum in Figueres (Paperback): Discover the Dali Theatre-Museum in Figueres (Paperback)
R190 R161 Discovery Miles 1 610 Save R29 (15%) Special order

This book forms part of the 'Viaggi d avventura nell arte' series that helps you discover wonderful art locations. This one visits the Salvador Dali house-museum in Figueres, a museum created by the most imaginative artist in history, in a theatre in the city where he was born in Spain. Every year more than a million visitors come from all over the world to see it. Your visit will be filled with surprises as you pass through rooms, courtyards and galleries admiring paintings, sculptures, interiors and jewels. You will see masterpieces by the Catalan artist who personified the astonishing genius of Surrealism.

Dali (Paperback, Reissue): Christopher Masters Dali (Paperback, Reissue)
Christopher Masters 2
R175 R143 Discovery Miles 1 430 Save R32 (18%) Special order

Salvador Dali (1904-89) was one of the most controversial and paradoxical artists of the twentieth century. A painter of considerable virtuosity, he used a traditional illusionistic style to create disturbing images filled with references to violence, death, cannibalism and bizarre sexual practices, from the extraordinary limp watches in The Persistence of Memory to the gruesome monster in Soft Construction with Boiled Beans: Premonition of Civil War and the fetishistic lobster in the famous Lobster Telephone. Born in Figueras, Spain, Dali was initially influenced by Impressionism and Cubism, but subsquently became involved with the Surrealists, the most revolutionary artists of the time. They regarded his paintings as revealing the normally hidden world of the unconscious. Indeed the Surrealists' leader, Andre Breton, remarked: "It is perhaps with Dali that for the first time the windows of the mind are opened fully wide". However, Breton later expelled him from the group for this right-wing sympathies and derided his commercial success in the United States, calling him `Avida Dollars'. Dali's response was equally curt: " The difference between me and the Surrealists is that I am a Surrealist". Not restricting his interests to painting, Dali wrote three autobiographies, designed sets and costumes for a play by his friend Federico Garcia Lorca and collaborated with Luis Bunuel in the film Un Chien andalou, a medium which proved particularly apt for his provocative imagery.

Fashion and Surrealism (Hardcover, New edition): Richard Martin Fashion and Surrealism (Hardcover, New edition)
Richard Martin
R619 R479 Discovery Miles 4 790 Save R140 (23%) Special order

The love affair between fashion and Surrealism began in the Paris of the 1920s when Surrealist artists plundered fashion's imagery for their art, raising fashion beyond the level of mere style to an important expression of culture. This text reveals the extravagent and ingenious creations resulting from this collaboration. It ranges from the shocking Surrealist dresses of Schiaparelli and Dali, and photographic experiments with Surrealist techniques by Horst P. Horst, Cecil Beaton and George Hoyningen-Huene to the work of younger fashion designers, including Olivier Guillemin and Vivienne Westwood, who have all brought Surrealist imagery into clothing and accessories.

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