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Surrealism on film: Fellini and ‘Juliet of the Spirits’

Everyone’s going a bit crazy these days. I, for one, am happy to admit that the last few months have been quite bizarre, and...

Murakami’s ‘Killing Commendatore’: where art can transport you

Murakami’s Killing Commendatore got me thinking about art within literature. We can easily find examples of literature within art: Shakespeare’s Hamlet in Millais’ Ophelia,...

Dora Maar and the Everyday Strange

The women of the Surrealist movement have suffered a curious case of the feminine shadow, what could be termed Muse Syndrome. Often, their biographical and artistic legacies have been dogged by their associations to prominent male surrealists; the result, an awkward and myopic epitaph.

Dream Worlds

Marc Chagall's ethereal landscapes

Snapshot: Salvador Dali and the legacy of surrealism

Jasmin Yang-Spooner discusses Salvador Dali's development of the Paranoiac Critical Transformation Method and the legacy of surrealism

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