FAREWELL TO SURREALISM: THE DYN CIRCLE IN MEXICO

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Written by Annette Leddy and Donna Conwell. Introduction by Dawn Ades.

"Dyn derives from the Greek to dynaton, the possible. Dyn the journal argued that a revolutionary art must not represent what exists but rather pre-figure the possible."

Working in Mexico City during World War II and taking refuge there, artists and writers whom contributed to Dyn were Wolfgang Paalen, Gordon Onslow Ford, Cesar Moro and Alice Rahon. Published on the occasion of the exhibition of the same name at the Getty Research Institute, 2 October 2012 - 17 February 2013.

-Softcover

-72 pp. Color/b&w illus. throughout

-27.75 x 20.25 x .75 cm.

-2012, Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles

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