< 3 years ago
Think you know Surrealism? Meet Egypt’s radical dreamers
Salvador Dalí may have made Surrealism famous, but an overlooked group of artists, writers and activists in 1940s Cairo made the movement their own. Here we look at their pioneering work, currently on show at Tate Liverpool.
< 4 years ago
Five art shows to see over the holiday: Turner Contemporary, Somerset House and more
From a human-animal hybrid figures to black and white photographs of modern Mali, the festive break is your last chance to catch some of the best shows of 2016.
5 years ago
Podcast: Joseph Cornell, Surrealism and time
Listen to a discussion exploring Joseph Cornell’s relationship with Surrealism, his engagement with the concept of time and the ongoing dialogue in his work between the ephemeral and the eternal.
> 5 years ago
From Dalí to Warhol: Joseph Cornell’s artist friends
Often misunderstood as an outsider, Cornell’s contacts read like a Who’s Who of the New York art scene. The curator of our exhibition introduces the gang.