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Surrealism

Author: René Passeron
Publisher: Paris : Terrail, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The Surrealist Movement, freed from the bonds of Reason, was embraced by a great number of artists (Miro, Dali, Magritte, Picasso), and its influence soon extended beyond France, spreading to the United States in particular, where the leading figures of the movement had fled the war once again ravaging Europe. The book brings to life the story of the main periods of Surrealism, presents the most important works and  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Passeron, René, 1920-
Surrealism.
Paris : Terrail, ©2001
(OCoLC)606738515
Online version:
Passeron, René, 1920-
Surrealism.
Paris : Terrail, ©2001
(OCoLC)631592044
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: René Passeron
ISBN: 2879392292 9782879392295
OCLC Number: 46984742
Description: 202 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 30 cm
Contents: 1. 1916-1924: The Ascension --
Psychosis and Poetry --
The Dada Storm --
"Drop Everything" --
The First Manifesto --
2. 1924-1930: Plenitude --
Surrealism Takes Hold --
Love, the Tragic and the Sexual --
Painting, Photography and Cinema --
The Second Manifesto of Surrealism --
3. 1930-1940: Expansion --
Back to Mental Pathology --
The Conquest of Objects --
Political Problems --
Around the World --
4. 1949-1947: Dispersion --
Exile --
"We Are Here to Stay" --
The Return of Breton --
5. 1948-1966: Persistence --
Friction and Polemics --
Influence and Creation --
Eros and Thanatos --
Conclusion: "The Final Split"
Other Titles: Surréalisme.
Responsibility: René Passeron.

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"The Surrealist Movement, freed from the bonds of Reason, was embraced by a great number of artists (Miro, Dali, Magritte, Picasso), and its influence soon extended beyond France, spreading to the United States in particular, where the leading figures of the movement had fled the war once again ravaging Europe. The book brings to life the story of the main periods of Surrealism, presents the most important works and puts in perspective a movement that would lastingly influence contemporary art."--BOOK JACKET.

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