How Surreal!

Lobster Phone, Salvador Dali
Dali’s Lobster Phone

Surrealism Beyond Borders, Tate Modern, London

France

Japan

Mexico

Exquisite Corpse (Frida and Diego). drawing by Frida Kahlo and Lucienne Bloch
Exquisite Corpse (Frida and Diego). drawing by Frida Kahlo and Lucienne Bloch
The Ballad for Frida Kahlo, Alice Rahon
The Ballad for Frida Kahlo, Alice Rahon

UK

The Last Voyage of Captain Cook, Roland Penrose
The Last Voyage of Captain Cook, Roland Penrose

US

A Little Night Music, Dorothea Tanning

Germany

Two Children Are Threatened by a Nightingale, Max Ernst
Two Children Are Threatened by a Nightingale, Max Ernst

Argentina

Denmark

Phantoms, Rita Kernn-Larsen
Phantoms, Rita Kernn-Larsen

Africa

Spain

The Three Dancers, Pablo Picasso
The Three Dancers, Pablo Picasso

Caribbean

Greece

The Dream of Tobias, Giorgio de Chirico

Belgium

Guatemala

The Magical Blazons of Tropical Flight, Eugenio Granell

Romania

We Are Betrayed, Victor Brauner

Czech Republic

The One in the Other, Toyen
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10 Responses to How Surreal!

  1. Kelly MacKay says:

    Thanks for taking me on the art tour.

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  2. Donna Janke says:

    Fantastic looking exhibit!

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  3. Pam Lazos says:

    Great stuff! Love Dali.

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  4. BroadBlogs says:

    This is such an interesting and thought-provoking genre! Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Priti says:

    Wow wonderful telephone ! Thank you ☺️

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  6. rabirius says:

    I really like this.

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  7. Great sampling…the show was also at The MET, NYC

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