The face of a woman found beneath layers of paint in “La cinquième saison” (1943) could be that of the Surrealist artist’s wife, Georgette Magritte.
Users are stitching videos together in the style of the beloved “cadavre exquis” game.
“Composition Surréaliste,” painted by Remedios Varo with possible contributions from her lovers, centers love, lust, violence, and sexual autonomy.
His detailed images of microscopic aquatic creatures suggest a version of Surrealism’s dream realities.
Surrealist images of a Rice Krispies box or Yukon Gold potato explore how data is transformed into the visual language called art.
Tensions between resistance to Surrealism as cultural imperialism and the embrace of it as a universalist vision of freedom unfettered run through the show.
Collectors Laurens Vancrevel and Frida de Jong, who have been building a collection of international Surrealist literature since the 1960s, donated the trove to the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam.
The aesthetic niche combining electronic music and digital art finds an ancestor in Surrealism, particularly in the self-taught French painter Yves Tanguy.
Long out of print, Mount Analogue, René Daumal’s cult classic, offers a tale of renunciation and self-acceptance.
Woodman was one of the 20th century’s great surrealists.
Reading between the lines of contact information for friends, graphologists, psychoanalysts, and plumbers, Brigitte Benkemoun’s Finding Dora Maar reveals a map of a bygone France.
Threaded through this collection is an optimistic belief in Surrealism as a world-changing political and poetic practice.