Dada & Surrealism
"Dada and Surrealism dominated the art world between the First and Second World Wars. Intending to shock the spectator into a new awareness of reality, these movements were the expression of a revolt against Western civilization and culture. Robert Shaw looks at the ideas which lay at the hearts of two movements. He explains how the Dadas and Surrealists came to produce works whose bizarre power has made them the most instantly recognizable of all forms of modern art, while discussing the diversity within the two movements and the reasons for the ultimate break between them."--BOOK COVER.
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Surrealism versus Dada
The imagery of Surrealism
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Alberto Giacometti Andre Breton Apollinaire artist automatic writing Baargeld beauty Bellmer Berlin Dada Breton Cabaret Voltaire Collage Collection Guido Rossi Cologne Dada Cubism Dada Dada art Dada's desire dream erotic expression Expressionism Francis Picabia Freud frottage Gallery George Grosz Giorgio De Chirico gouache Hans Bellmer Huelsenbeck Hugo Ball human humour imagination invented Joan Miro Kurt Schwitters L'Amourfou Litterature group London Magritte's Marcel Duchamp Marcel Jean Masson Max Ernst mental Milan mind Modern Art movement Musee National d'Art Museum of Modern National d'Art Moderne objective chance Oil on canvas Opposite Oscar Dominguez Overleaf left Overleaf right painter painting paranoiac-critical method Paris Dada Paul Eluard pencil Peret Philippe Soupault Photograph plate poetic poetry poets portrait Private Collection programme psychic Raoul Hausmann ready-mades reality Rene Magritte revolution Sade Salvador Dali Surrealism Surrealist art technique tion Tristan Tzara unconscious Vache woman York Dada Yves Tanguy Zurich Dada