This first retrospective assessment of the bohemian jeweler and self-promoter extraordinaire is late in coming
Both Dadaism and surrealism were movements started not by visual artists but by poets; it was the book, not the canvas, that was terra firma.
An exhibition at the Wadsworth explores the monstrous aspects of twentieth century politics
Mexico’s surrealist painters and writers are well-known; perhaps less familiar are its surrealist photographers.
Under the shadow of the Depression, at the same time Chicago was developing its reputation as a gritty, neon-lit city of realists—from big-shouldered street toughs to Saul Bellow—a small circle of local artists was hard at work in the realm of dreams.