Surrealism

Da Capo Press (1936)
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Written in 1936, this work was compiled by a key Surrealist entrepreneur to promote the movement in America. It includes: sculpture by Duchamp and Oppenheim; photographs by Atget and Man Ray; poems by Peret and Picasso; paintings by Arp, Magritte and Miro; and essays by Breton and Bachelard.

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