Surrealism in the United States: The Art of Subconscious Desire
When Surrealism was first introduced to American audiences in the 1930s, art critics didn’t know what to make of it. But advertisers quickly realized that Surrealism’s shocking images - meant to shake people from their bourgeois complacency - could be put to use in the fashion industry. This lecture explores Surrealism’s strange transition from the museum to the marketplace - and back again - as Surrealism became one of the most popular avant-garde art movements in the U.S.Live Zoom Webinar with Q&A.Sandra Zalman speaks on...Surrealism And Its Afterlives In American Culture
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