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Anxious Visions, Surrealist Art

Stich, Sidra

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ISBN 10: 1558591095 / ISBN 13: 9781558591097
Published by New York: University Art Museum, Berkeley / Abbeville Press, 1990
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Full Black Cloth. First Edition. Catalog of an exhibition held Oct. 3 thru Dec. 30, 1990 at University Art Museum, University of California, Berkeley. Revisionist interpretation relating the Surrealists to the turbulent social, political, and intellectual climate of the era between the wars. Features key works as well as rarely seen paintings, sculptures, photographs, and drawings. Includes diverse contributions by several scholars. 249 illustrations in color and b&w. Chronology. Selected Biblio. Checklist of the Exhibition. Index. 4to. 295 pp. Fine Hardcover w/ Fine dj. Bookseller Inventory # 753

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Title: Anxious Visions, Surrealist Art

Publisher: New York: University Art Museum, Berkeley / Abbeville Press

Publication Date: 1990

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Edition: 1st Edition

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STICH, S,: ANXIOUS VISIONS: SURREALIST ART, BERKELEY, CA, 1990, 295 p, figuras,Encuadernacion original, Nuevo,

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Filled with forebodings of fascism, surrealist artists between the two world wars explored the dynamics between life and death. Rejecting Western ideals of a single truth, universal order or progress, they "upset the polarizing we/they mentality that WW I had promoted," writes Stich, a chief curator at the University Art Museum, UC-Berkeley. This amply illustrated exhibition catalogue places a wide range of surrealist works in a historical-intellectual context. Surrealism is seen here as a barometer that responded to many forces, such as the semi-liberated "new woman" of the 1920s, black literature and music in interwar Paris, the arts of Asia, Oceania and prehistoric cultures, the films of Chaplin, Eisenstein, Bunuel. Eroticized yet formless, the surrealist figure--Max Ernst's mechano-morphs, Man Ray's torsos, Dali's plagued personas--embodies a potency for transformation that animates these insightful essays.
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