surrealism

Dadaism or Dada is an art movement of the early twentieth century characterized by irreverence, subversion, and nonsense. Dada art, performance, and poetry emerged in Zurich as a reaction to the…
Surrealist artist Salvador Dali may be best known for the dream-like paintings he created throughout his life, but the man was just as strange as his work. Here are eight bizarre facts about the…
Like politics, all art is local until it isn’t anymore, a point driven home by Surrealism Beyond Borders, the Met’s tour d’horizon of the global, half-century-long spread of Surrealism from its…
The surrealism of Rosenstein’s work comes from the way something so bewitching can also be nightmarish, bodily, ironic, and enigmatic.
Salvador Dali’s oeuvre often brings to mind images of melting clocks, lobster telephones, or crucifixion depictions, but late in his career the artist also created three floral suites.
Ruth Fehilly made Mexico her home after falling in love—first with the country, then with artist Salvador Herrera. The couple opened The Outsiders Gallery in Centro, Queretaro last November.
Surrealism was one of many art styles that emerged after World War I as artists, alongside the rest of the world, struggled to digest an unprecedented degree of violence and loss.
CJ. One Gallery is pleased to present All in Your Head, a solo exhibition of Tommaso Fattovich. An abstract painter, Fattovich deploys the surrealist strategy of automatism to create raw, layered,…