On View
Aug 25, 2006–Mar 24, 2007

This exhibition paired Surrealist paintings, photographs, prints and drawings from the Krannert Art Museum collection with the movement's experiments in print culture—from manifestos and single-page tracts to elaborately designed serials and limited-edition books—on loan from the University's Library. Collaboration across media and continual reinvention in the face of controversy have contributed to Surrealism's reputation as one of the most vital and enduring avant-garde practices of the twentieth century.

Exhibition programming

September 28
5:30 pm: Film Screenings
Un Chien Andalou (1929), directed by Salvador Dalí and Luis Buñuel, and L'Age d'Or (1930), directed by Luis Buñuel

October 19
5:30 pm: Film Screenings
Eating Sea Urchins (1930), directed by Luis Buñuel, and Las Hurdes: Land without Bread(1933), directed by Luis Buñuel

Guest Curator: Jordana Mendelson