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South to South-Westerly Winds Tomorrow, 1957
June 25, 1898
January 8, 1963
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I Saw Three Cities
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South to South-Westerly Winds Tomorrow
A psychiatrist releases his mind and invents Surrealism
The woman who brought modern art to Ireland
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Tamara de Lempicka
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André Breton — A psychiatrist releases his mind and invents Surrealism
Man Ray — Humor, sex, and a new camera
Giorgio de Chirico — Enchanted space in the city of Nietzsche
Leonora Carrington — "I'm not anyone's muse"
Frida Kahlo — The exquisite agony of self-portraits
Salvador Dalí — So much more than a mustache
Pablo Picasso — The man who ate the world's art
Méret Oppenheim — "X = an Orange Rabbit"
Max Ernst — Trauma and displacement birth surrealism
Kay Sage — "I have built an ivory tower of despair"
Robert Motherwell — Painting as experience
Claude Cahun — "Under this mask, another mask; I will never finish removing all these faces"
Francis Bacon — The never-ending scream
Nemesio Antúnez — Strange angles
Bodo — Many souls to save
Wifredo Lam — Hallucinating figures
Milena Pavlović-Barili — The unblinking gaze of fashion
Ülo Ilmar Sooster — A bad time to be an artist in the Baltics
Leonor Fini — The brilliant bisexual cat-lady of surrealism
Dorothea Tanning — Exploring the strange world of dreams
Remedios Varo — The unconscious mind and a horsehair brush