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The Stairs: A Surrealistic Poem in Collage By Gary Bigelow
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The Stairs: From old 19th century and early 20th century catalogs, encyclopedias, as well as trade engravings and illustrations this surrealistic collage work is based on a recurring dream. The... More > scenes are set along a staircase allowing for free association to elicit visual illusions, dreams, and fantasies.< Less
The Overflowing Milkmaid with Curved Feet By The London Surrealist Group
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Contemporary art, games, prose and poetry by The London Surrealist Group and friends with contributions by Darren Thomas, Dimitri Antorka-Pieri, Gillian McIver, Jane Sparkes, Jazzman John Clarke,... More > J.J. von der Heydt, Lilo Topchev, Martin Marriott, Megan Jones, Philip Kane, Ronnie McGrath, Stuart Inman and Timothy B Layden.< Less
André Breton’s Poetic Anti-art and the Surrealist Revolution By Daniel Deleanu
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A logosophistic approach to the poetry written by the czar of the Surrealist movement.
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INVISIBLE HEADS: Surrealists in North America - An Untold Story, Volume 2 By Thom Burns & Allan Graubard
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Surrealism in North America has a fractured history, with several arcs of continuity. Here is the story of one collective that evolves in five cities through various groups over four decades. Volume... More > I charts its course from 1971 through 1985. Volume II continues to the present. Included throughout are works by Schlechter Duvall, C. Brooke Rothwell, Ira Cohen, Will Alexander, Alice Farley, Jack Dauben, Mike Kabotie, Richard Waara, Terri Engel, Jon Graham and many more. This history also represents the relationships between younger surrealists in North America with older surrealists such as Clarence John Laughlin, Eugenio Granell, Philip Lamantia, Mario Cesariny, Marie Wilson, Radovan Ivsic and Annie Le Brun. Essential to understanding the fate of surrealism in North America, this history has now found its voice and compass, just beyond the limits set by the past . . . Enter and leave as you please . . .< Less
Invisible Heads: Surrealists in North America-An Untold Story By Allan Graubard & Thom Burns
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Surrealism in North America has a fractured history, with several arcs of continuity. Here is the story of one collective that evolves in five cities through various groups over four decades. This... More > volume charts its course from 1971 to the present. Included throughout are works by Schlechter Duvall, C. Brooke Rothwell, Ira Cohen, Will Alexander, Alice Farley, Jack Dauben, Mike Kabotie, Richard Waara, Terri Engel, Jon Graham and many more. This history also represents the relationships between younger surrealists in North America with older surrealists such as Clarence John Laughlin, Eugenio Granell, Philip Lamantia, Mario Cesariny, Marie Wilson, Radovan Ivsic and Annie Le Brun. Essential to understanding the fate of surrealism in North America, this history has now found its voice and compass, just beyond the limits set by the past . . . Now in one volume with corrections and new indexes added . . . Enter and leave as you please . . .< Less
INVISIBLE HEADS: Surrealists in North America - An Untold Story, Volume 1 By Thom Burns & Allan Graubard
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Surrealism in North America has a fractured history, with several arcs of continuity. Here is the story of one collective that evolves in five cities through various groups over four decades. Poets,... More > artists, dance theater and theatre creators, photographers, composers, sculptors, inventors, critics, and seekers – friends and colleagues all – their oeuvres and interventions track their effort to refine a revolutionary poetic presence precise to time and place: a living adaptive force that flowers from marvelous encounters, discoveries, and collaborations. Essential to understanding the fate of surrealism in North America, this history has now found its voice and compass, just beyond the limits set by the past. Richly illustrated, with texts, poems, games, and commentary . . . Enter and leave as you please . . .< Less
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Derek Murphy Art By Contemporary Oil Paintings
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Derek Murphy is an American surrealist painter who moved to Asia after studying art in Europe for several years. He now resides in Taiwan, and regularly exhibits at galleries worldwide. His work has... More > been featured in various publications including Xpat Magazine, Seety, the Taiwan Journal and Bunk. Murphy's contemporary oil paintings stand out for their vivid colors, clean lines, and striking conceptual statements. Combining religious symbolism, images from pop culture and human figures in absurd or shocking compositions, his work attempts to draws out contradictions in social ideology or limitations in personal belief systems.< Less
The Magical Art of Surreal Romanticism By Oliver St. John
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Hardbound, casewrap edition. The book includes six high quality full colour reproductions of fine art, including rarely seen drawings and paintings by Austin Osman Spare and Ithell Colquhoun. Here is... More > a study of automatism in the arts and the Left-hand path of retroversion of the senses typified by the work of Austin Osman Spare and Kenneth Grant. True automatism is a condition of mind and soul exercised outside and beyond the will of the person, whether they are destined to become a magus or merely another victim swallowed up by an incomprehensible universe. Automatism was not an invention of the Surrealists or of Sigmund Freud, but has always existed in magick and alchemy. The book vindicates the work of English scholar and mystic, Thomas De Quincey, who spoke of a more sublime form of divination by which magnetism may call up from the darkness, “sentiments the most august, previously inconceivable, formless, and without life”, so exalting their character as to “lodge them eternally in human hearts”.< Less

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