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by Nahma Sandrow

eBook Surrealism:  Theater, Arts, Ideas (Harper Torchbooks, TB 1599) download ISBN: 0061315990
Author: Nahma Sandrow
Publisher: Joanna Cotler Books; First Edition edition (February 22, 1973)
Language: English
Pages: 124
ePub: 1328 kb
Fb2: 1443 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Art and Photo
Subcategory: Performing Arts

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The lively young artists of the Surrealist Movement shocked Paris in the 1920s. Start by marking Surrealism: Theatre, Arts, Ideas (Torchbooks) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin.

They centered art in the artist's identity while including spectators in the act of creation; denied distinctions between life and art . CHAPTERS: Historical Background; Dada and Surrealism; The Artist; The Art; The Audience.

They centered art in the artist's identity while including spectators in the act of creation; denied distinctions between life and art, sense and nonsense; and conceived not only drama and film, but also painting, poetry, and music as theatrical performance. ILLUSTRATIONS: paintings and sculpture, performance photos, film stills. Bibliography, appendices.

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She holds degrees from Bryn Mawr College and Yale University School of Drama.

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The book explores surrealist lifestyles and philosophy.

In 1925, a group of young Surrealists tried to establish a Theatre de la Tour Eiffel on one of the Tower’s landings. They prepared an evening of comic performance for their gala opening, but at the last minute the Tower refused to rent them the space. Surrealism art was concentrated in the artist and expressed his surrealist self; the audience was drawn into the artist’s identity by means of their common art experience. The book explores surrealist lifestyles and philosophy. Illustrated with surrealist paintings and sculptures, theater events, and film stills.

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The lively young artists of the Surrealist Movement shocked Paris in the 1920's with the first strong statement of many tendencies which still drive the avant-garde today. They centered art in the artist's identity while including spectators in the act of creation; denied distinctions between life and art, sense and nonsense; and conceived not only drama and film, but also painting, poetry, and music as theatrical performance. CHAPTERS: Historical Background; Dada and Surrealism; The Artist; The Art; The Audience. ILLUSTRATIONS: paintings and sculpture, performance photos, film stills. Bibliography, appendices. Original translation of Surrealist play.