Tag Archives: Surrealism
Radical art is an act of uncompromising passionate resistance. By Mark Karlin | Truthout | May 20, 2014 Marxian playwright Bertolt Brecht declared of revolutionary art: “Art is not a mirror held up to reality, but a hammer with which … finish reading :
VISUAL ARTS | ‘The Left Front: Radical Art in the Red Decade’
Alfred Jarry on absinthe.The Story of Dada (Part One) Inspired by the edgy transubstantiation of primitive energy and ontological nullity in Dada’s impromptu poetic style, [Hugo] Ball tried to emulate it — but without success. By James Retherford / The … finish reading James Retherford : The Story of Dada
‘Dark Side of the Moon’ by Al Magnus / photo.net. In Defense of the Dark Side of the MoonBy The Surrealist Group / The Rag Blog / August 20, 2009 “But, for myself, the Earth’s records had taught me to … finish reading Surrealist Group : No War on the Moon!
No revolution ever disappears…by Len Wallace / The Rag Blog / July 28, 2008 Penelope Rosemont, Dreams & Everyday Life: Andre Breton, Surrealism, sds & the Seven Cities of Cibola, Charles H. Kerr Publishing. Co., Chicago, 2008,ISBN 978-0-88286-234-2. Despite an … finish reading BOOKS : Dreams and Everyday Life by Penelope Rosemont