Surrealist Group

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Surrealism - Golden Age
... A Surrealist group developed in Britain and, according to Breton, their 1936 London International Surrealist Exhibition was a high water mark of the period ... Dalí joined the group in 1929, and participated in the rapid establishment of the visual style between 1930 and 1935. 1931 was a year when several Surrealist painters produced works which marked turning points in their stylistic evolution Magritte's Voice of Space (La Voix des airs) is an example of this process, where three large ...
British Surrealist Group
... The British Surrealist Group was involved in the organisation of the International Surrealist Exhibition in London in 1936 ... The London Bulletin was published by the Surrealist Group in England, according to the June 1940 edition (nos ...
Surrealist Groups - Golden Age
... A Surrealist group developed in Britain and, according to Breton, their 1936 London International Surrealist Exhibition was a high-water mark of the period and became the model for international ... Dalí joined the group in 1929, and participated in the rapid establishment of the visual style between 1930 and 1935. 1931 was a year when several Surrealist painters produced works which marked turning points in their stylistic evolution Magritte's Voice of Space (La Voix des airs) is an example of ...
Salvador Dalí - Biography - 1929 To World War II
... In 1929, Dalí collaborated with surrealist film director Luis Buñuel on the short film Un Chien Andalou (An Andalusian Dog) ... She was a Russian immigrant ten years his senior, who at that time was married to surrealist poet Paul Éluard ... important professional exhibitions and officially joined the Surrealist group in the Montparnasse quarter of Paris ...

Famous quotes containing the words group and/or surrealist:

    With a group of bankers I always had the feeling that success was measured by the extent one gave nothing away.
    Francis Aungier, Pakenham, 7th Earl Longford (b. 1905)

    The Dada object reflected an ironic posture before the consecrated forms of art. The surrealist object differs significantly in this respect. It stands for a mysterious relationship with the outer world established by man’s sensibility in a way that involves concrete forms in projecting the artist’s inner model.
    —J.H. Matthews. “Object Lessons,” The Imagery of Surrealism, Syracuse University Press (1977)