Influenced by increasing migration during the 20th century, surrealism developed into a unique – and in many ways pioneering – art movement with a worldwide impact and reception. This anthology examines for the first time the roles played by artists, dealers, collectors, and museums within the networks that constituted Surrealism in Europe as one of the great avant-gardes of the 20th century.
The volume presents 20 essays on the various actors in the art market, surrealism, and their intersection in Europe from 1924 to 1969.
With essays by Caterina Caputo, Julia Drost, Thierry Dufrêne, Alice Ensabella, Fabrice Flahutez, Anne Foucault, Marie Gispert, Annabelle Görgen-Lammers, Astrid Köhler, Camille Morando, Alessandro Nigro, Anna Pravdová, Scarlett Reliquet, Léa Saint-Raymond, Angela Sanna, Martin Schieder, Bertrand Schmitt, Katia Sowels, Maike Steinkamp, Élodie Vaudry and Julie Verlaine
For more information (also in French and German), see: https://dfk-paris.org/fr/publication/le-surréalisme-et-largent-2853.html