dawn ades surrealism in latin america 2016 companion to dada and surrealism, first edition
This new alliance—I say new, because until now scenery and costumes were linked only by factitious bonds—has given rise, in Parade, to a kind of surrealism, which I consider to be the point of departure for a whole series of manifestations of the New Spirit that is making itself felt today and that will certainly appeal to our best minds. We may expect it to bring about profound changes in our arts and manners through universal joyfulness, for it is only natural, after all, that they keep pace with scientific and industrial progress. (Apollinaire, 1917) 
In 1938 André Breton traveled with his wife, the painter Jacqueline Lamba, to Mexico to meet Trotsky (staying as the guest of Diego Rivera’s former wife Guadalupe Marin), and there he met Frida Kahlo and saw her paintings for the first time. Breton declared Kahlo to be an “innate” Surrealist painter. 
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Senior Curator of Modern Art
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
171 Haworth-Booth, Mark. The Art of Lee Miller. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2007.
106 Ross of Balnagowan (Lady). “Surrealism.” Courier-Journal (February 16, 1930): 29.
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In the original plan for the 24th São Paulo Biennial, the Brazilian curator had intended to employ anthropophagy only in the specific exhibition named Historical Nucleus. In order to introduce invited international curators working in adjacent exhibitions at the biennial to the concept of anthropophagy, Herkenhoff distributed Oswald’s 1928 manifesto and an institutional release describing anthropophagy as an ongoing “model for cultural practice” as well as an “open and dynamic” concept bearing multiple aspects: “non-Manichean, deconstructive, transcultural, and appropriationist.”
 Oswald’s lecture was published in Revue de L’Amerique Latine 20 (July 1, 1923): 197–207. Although both the lecture and A Negra date from 1923, it is possible that the painting was not made until after the presentation. Tarsila showed the completed work on October 6, during a visit to Léger’s studio before her lessons with him.
Learning and Teaching Development Fund Award (School of Languages and Cultures at the University of Sheffield) to deliver a paper at the 42nd Association for Art History Annual Conference, University of Edinburgh, April 2016: ‘Roland Penrose’s Secret Pleasure: Àngel Planells’ Pictorial Art’
Dissertation supervisor for final year students.