A painter, sculptor and printmaker, Max Ernst was a leading figure of the Surrealist movement. He began studying philosophy at the University of Bonn but became increasingly interested in painting. Alongside de Chirico and Arp he founded the Dada group in 1919. His collages and later paintings combine irrational and absurd imagery, and his discover of the technique frottage provided him with the means to evoke hallucinatory visions. In 1941 Ernst moved to the USA as a refugee, returning to Paris in 1950.
Language is the key to culture, but what if the lock is jammed? This was the case with ancient Egyptian culture until the late 18th century. Archaeologists had already discovered a number of artefacts
Inside the rotunda of the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, a circular walkway spirals down from the street level, like an underground version of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim Museum in New York. A
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