A Long Affair: Surrealism 1924 to Now Exhibit at the Hyde
The Hyde Collection
161 Warren St, Glens Falls, NY 12801
JUN 22, 2024 - SEP 15, 2024
A Long Affair: Surrealism 1924 to Now
A Long Affair: Surrealism 1924 to Now commemorates the hundred-year anniversary of André Bretons famed Manifesto of Surrealism, the text that laid the foundation for one of the most enduring movements in the arts. According to the manifesto, Surrealism induced the marvelousa feeling of pleasurable disorientation brought about by creative devotion to dreams, the imagination, and the deeply psychological. The variety of themes and visual styles comprising the movement will be represented in the exhibition by works from The Hydes strong holdings in Surrealism as well as loans from major institutions.
The exhibition incorporates artists who may not have been card-carrying devotees of Breton but absorbed the movements influenceand demonstrates the longevity and geographic reach of Surrealisms defining characteristics. On view will be paintings, drawings, prints, and three-dimensional objects from every decade since the 1920s through contemporary makers today.
The exhibition includes Jean Arp, Pennie Brantley, Leonora Carrington, George Condo, Salvador Dalí, Julio de Diego, Dorothy Dehner, Max Ernst, Karl Fortess, Philip Guston, Wifredo Lam, Georges Malkine, Man Ray, Joan Miró, Wangechi Mutu, Richard Pousette-Dart, Nathaniel Mary Quinn, Kay Sage, Atillio Salemme, Kurt Seligmann, Yves Tanguy, and others.