9781853322501

Undercover Surrealism

Ades, Dawn/ Baker, Simon

ISBN 10: 1853322504 / 1-85332-250-4
ISBN 13: 9781853322501
Publisher: Hayward Gallery
Publication Date: 2006
Binding: Softcover
 

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Ades, Dawn/ Baker, Simon
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Book Description: Hayward Gallery Publishing, United Kingdom, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 270 x 210 mm. Language: N/A. Brand New Book. Surrealism Revolts accompanies a major Hayward exhibition that draws its inspiration and much of its material from Documents , the ground breaking surrealist magazine edited by the French thinker Georges Bataille. Its aim is to re-invest some of the best-known modern masterpieces by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Joan Miro and Alberto Giacometti with some of the explosive vitality of the cultural and intellectual climate in Paris in the late 1920s. It reflects the visual richness and violent confrontations in Documents between art, archaeology, ethnography, film and popular culture. Bookseller Inventory # ACH9781853322501

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Book Description: Hayward Gallery Publishing, United Kingdom, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 270 x 210 mm. Language: N/A. Brand New Book. Surrealism Revolts accompanies a major Hayward exhibition that draws its inspiration and much of its material from Documents , the ground breaking surrealist magazine edited by the French thinker Georges Bataille. Its aim is to re-invest some of the best-known modern masterpieces by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Joan Miro and Alberto Giacometti with some of the explosive vitality of the cultural and intellectual climate in Paris in the late 1920s. It reflects the visual richness and violent confrontations in Documents between art, archaeology, ethnography, film and popular culture. Bookseller Inventory # ACH9781853322501

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