The Case for Surrealism | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

The Case for Surrealism | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

26 thoughts on “The Case for Surrealism | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios”

  1. कृपया अतियथार्थवाद का हिंदी वीडियो बनाएं

  2. Interesting vidéo with lot of leftist bullshit. Communist were not that much into art than nazi or fascist. In communist country art was very conservative and artist did not have much freedom. The nazi party was probably not worse on this subject than any other dictactorship around the world. Art is today is very consensual and tend to follow propaganda. The people who talk about art make political commentary who pushe for socialism or any stuff that is mainstream. They dont seem to make research or go Beyond what is polically profitable to say in public. High on pretentiousness low on actual merit.

  3. Well i value this as information but it is a bit modernist and analytical, read the anthology of black humor preferably.

  4. Surrealism, it’s ME!! and the others… – S. Dali
    Dali$ – A. Breton
    Very good introduction! ❤️ When you get down to it, what art ISN’T surreal?

  5. This was an amazing video! I'm doing an art assignment on surrealism and watching this video helped me understand. Very well written glad I found the channel.

  6. Very good video, you really made a very good summary of the whole movement. Just two details must be corrected: "Changer de vie" is not a slogan the surrealists took from Rilke, but from Rimbaud who Breton admired a lot. And the name of Miró is catalan, so it has to be pronounced "Joe-un" and not "Juan". But keep up the good work!

  7. Surrealism killed Dadaism. It replaced conceptualism and anti-elitism with consumerism and museum culture. Dadaism was against this elitist culture in the 1910s, while surrealism embraced it. Salvador Dali is a traitor to Dadaism and didn't understand Duchamp's vision at all.
    Salvador Dali was the consumer populist while Duchamp was the counter culture conceptualist.

  8. It would be interesting to compare it to magic realism since for example Magritte is considered by many as a magic realist and not a surrealist. Although the divide between the two seems to be kind of vague. I have noticed that some prefer to call themselves magic realist instead of surrealists.

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