Surrealism emerged in Paris in the early 1920s, at first mainly through literature and poetry and later through writing, drawing, painting, photography, performance, exhibitions and game-playing. Developed by artists and writers from around Europe, Surrealist ideas were radical; the Surrealists hoped to launch a revolution of the mind that would lead to profound social and political change. Surrealist Art at Te Papa | He Toi Pohewa at Te Papa is the first major Surrealist exhibition presented in Aotearoa since the 1970s. This catalogue includes a substantial text about the Surrealist movement and its leading artists, plus all the works from the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam that appear in this exciting major show.
Surrealist Art | He Toi Pohewa
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- Els Hoek and Lizzie Bisley