Category Archives: Surrealism

Max Wyse – Mexico Terrarium

. . . . . . Max Wyse via Inside the Frozen Mammoth

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François-Xavier Lalanne: “On to bigger and better things”

. . . . . . New York Times

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Miquel Barceló- “Figures and Myths”

Miquel Barceló. Elefandret, 2007 bronze, 1/8 157” x 67” x 63 1/8” Miquel Barceló en la catedral de Palma Miquel Barceló, New ceiling of a conference room of the United Nations Human Rights Council, 2008 Miquel Barceló Clay and Bronze

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Marcel Duchamp – The Father of Contemporary Art

Étant donnés: 1. La chute d’eau, 2. Le gaz d’éclairage (Given: 1. The Waterfall, 2. The Illuminating Gas) 1946-66 Marcel Duchamp, American (born France), 1887 – 1968 Marcel secretly worked on this piece for 20 years while even his closest … Continue reading

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Ernst Fuchs “A monument to the temporal within eternity”

“Unprepared though endowed with this strange gift for ‘seeing’, the visionary artist finds himself isolated – an outcast prone to unusual insights. He is, by nature, an outsider, a wanderer, a derelict. And yet, for a few brief moments between … Continue reading

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Ernst Fuchs – “Art needs a cult to create culture”

“The Christian and Judaic themes in Fuchs’ work come from a very deep place. His father, Maximilian, was the son of an Orthodox Jewish family and had turned down a career as a Rabbi, leaving his theological studies uncompleted. His … Continue reading

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Ernst Fuchs “Vienna School of Fantastic Realism”

Ernst Fuchs (born February 13, 1930) is an Austrian visionary artist…and one of the founders of the Vienna School of Fantastic Realism. (In) Vienna in 1961 (Fuchs) had a vision of what he called the verschollener Stil (The Hidden Prime … Continue reading

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Joan Miró – “An assassination of painting”

Joan Miró i Ferrà (April 20, 1893 – December 25, 1983) was an Spanish painter, sculptor and ceramist born in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Earning international acclaim, his work has been interpreted as Surrealism, a sandbox for the subconscious mind, a … Continue reading

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