Andre Breton - Photo of the artist by Man Ray, 1932 - Image via theredlistcom

Andre Breton / André Breton

Oscar Dominguez - Paysage cosmique, 1938-1939, Oil on canvas, 73.2 x 92 cm
Exhibition Announcements   |   Andrey V.

By providing an unprecedented access to some iconic pieces of modern art, the upcoming Olivier Malingue show will shed new light on the magic of Surrealism.

Peggy Guggenheim in the mid-1930s, photo via
Art History   |   Vera Mevorah

The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is one of the greatest art collections in the world, created by a woman who lived the avant-garde.

Exhibition Announcements   |   Elena Martinique

Hosted in New York and London, the exhibition at Luxembourg and Dayan explores the history of collage art and its legacies.

Rene Magritte - Every day, 1966
Art History   |   Eli Anapur

Both a concept and a technique, psychic automatism was conceived in art in relation to problem of how to express an unfettered thought.

Surrealist Manifesto, via pinterest com

The Surrealist Manifesto sought to free one’s mind from the past and from everyday reality to arrive at truths one has never known.

René Magritte - This is not a pipe (The Treachery of Images), 1928–29. Los Angeles County Museum of Art

The Surrealist movement and the works of Surrealism artists were surely among the most influential in the 20th century art, leaving a long-lasting legacy.

Guy Debord, Michèle Bernstein and Asgar Jorn - Image via spikecom
Art History   |   Andrey V.

By investigating the emergence and work of the Situationist International group, we take a look at how the movement of Situationism impacted art history.

Leonora Carrington - Ulu's Pants, 1952
Artwork(s) In Focus, Top Lists, Art History   |   Maria R

Read more about the most famous surrealist paintings, ones that shaped Surrealism as an art movement and that still twist our perception.