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Dada and surrealist art

Author: William Rubin
Publisher: New York, H.N. Abrams [1968]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Rubin
OCLC Number: 47752
Description: 525 pages illustrations (some color), portraits 31 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Dada: The Dada spirit --
The Dada personality --
Dada and art --
A post-cubist morphology --
The paintings of Marcel Duchamp --
Duchamp beyond painting --
The paintings of Francis Picabia --
Dada in New York; Picabia, Duchamp, and Man Ray --
The Cabaret Voltaire and Zurich Dada --
Jean Arp; the Dada years --
Berlin Dada and the beginnings of the movement in Germany --
dadamax Ernst in Cologne --
Kurt Schwitters in Hanover --
pt. 2. The background of surrealist painting: From Dada to surrealism in Paris --
The problem of fantasy art --
Moreau --
Redon --
Henri Rousseau --
Seurat and Gauguin --
De Chirico --
The proto-surrealism of Max Ernst (1921-24) --
pt. 3. The heroic period of surrealist painting (1924-29): The affiliation of the painters --
Joan Miro (1917-29) --
Andre Masson (1923-29) --
Max Ernst (1925-29) --
The resurgence of illusionism; Tanguy and Magritte --
pt. 4. The surrealism of the thirties: Crisis redirection in the movement --
Salvadore Dali --
Surrealist sculpture; Giacometti, Arp, and Ernst --
Surrealist objects --
Picasso and surrealism --
The new adherents and pioneers during the thirties --
pt. 5. Surrealism in exile: An immigrant movement --
Matta --
Other surrealist painters in exile --
Arshile Gorky; surrealism and the new American painting --
Epilogue --
Chronology.
Responsibility: [by] William S. Rubin.

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