Masson Andre - Prison Gray (detail), photo via Wikiart

Andre Masson / André-Aimé-René Masson

Pablo Picasso - Minotauromachy, 1935
Exhibition Announcements   |   Balasz Takac

The BMA will present an exciting exhibition focused on the Surrealist production of both European and American artists made in 1930s and 1940s.

Peter Bruegel the Elder - The Fall of the Rebellious Angels
Art History   |   Elena Martinique

Drawn from mythology and folklore, imaginary creatures, from part-human hybrids to entirely fantastic beasts, have always captured the attention of artists.

Ernest Hemingway at his home in Cuba, standing in front of the portrait of himself by Waldo Peirce titled Kid Balzac, 1929. Ernest Hemingway Collection, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library. Image via
Art History   |   Eli Anapur

Did you know that, over the years, the Ernest Hemingway art collection grew in size and significance? What could we find in it? Many surprises, for sure.

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.

The Paris Surrealists, 1933, via Rusty's Artists
Artist(s) in Focus, Top Lists, Art History   |   Elena Martinique

Who were exactly the Surrealists ? Influenced by psychoanalysis, surrealist artists aimed to channel their dreams and the unconscious in order to unlock their creativity and imagination.

Ellsworth Kelly - Automatic Drawing, Pine Branches VI, 1950, detail
Artwork(s) In Focus, Top Lists, Art History   |   Lorenzo Pereira

Automatic drawing is a major part of the surrealist movement and has influenced artists from varios fields of Contemporary Art