“The Colour of My Dreams: The Surrealist Revolution in Art”

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Above images: (Left) Yup’ik, *Complex Mask, 1800-1905, wood, feathers and white and red pigments. Private collection. Courtesy Donald Ellis Gallery Dundas, Ontario, and New York. (Centre) Joan Miró, Personnage (Person), 1925, summer oil and tempura on canvas. © Successió Miró/SODRAC. Courtesy Soloman R Guggenheim Museum, New York, the Estate of karl Nierendorf. (Top right) Louise Bourgeois, Untitled, 1947-49, bronze, painted white and blue, and stainless steel. Photograph: Christopher Burke. Courtesy of Cheim & Read, New York, and Hauser & Wirth, London, Zürich and New York. (Bottom right) Kurt Seligmann, Mat Totem de Gitenmaks Hill (Totem Pole on Gitanmaxx Hill), n.d., gelatin silver print. © Orange County Citizens Foundation/SODRAC. Photograph: Musée du Quai Branly, Paris, SCALA, Art Resource, New York.*

Volume 30, Number 4: John Currin

This article originally appeared in Border Crossings #120, published December 2011.

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