Surrealism in Egypt

Surrealism in Egypt

by Sam Bardaouil and James Gifford

Paperback / softback Publication Date: 01/04/2017

  $54.54
This publication accompanies the first exhibition dedicated to the manifestation of the Surrealist movement in Egypt. With images of over 200 works, it offers the reader a first-hand look at this artistic world. Through various visual (painting, drawing, photography) and literary media, this catalogue provides visitors with an indispensable companion for understanding the effervescent artistic context of 1930s-40s Egypt. More than example of aesthetic research, the creation of the movement was stimulated by a real revolutionary impetus. It stood against the opinions and conventions of the time. Works from the most important artists are represented, including visual artists Abdel Hadi El Gazzar, Kamel El Telmissany, Fouad Kamel, Ida Kar, Amy Nimr, and Rams#65533;s Younan, as well as poets and writers Albert Cossery,Georges Henein, and Edmond Jabs.
ISBN:
9782370740311
9782370740311
Category:
Art & design styles: Surrealism & Dada
Format:
Paperback / softback
Publication Date:
01-04-2017
Publisher:
Skira Editore
Country of origin:
Italy
Dimensions (mm):
280x240mm
Weight:
1.23kg

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