Posts Tagged ‘surrealism’

The Hirshhorn Looks at the Uncomfortable—Yet Breathtaking—History of Surrealism

Review of "Marvelous Objects: Surrealist Sculpture from Paris to New York" at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden to Feb. 15

International Ink: Summer Reading

It's been a long time since one of these columns appeared, so here's a bunch of capsule reviews of books that have been piling up.
Crogan's Loyalty by Chris Schweizer (Oni Press, $15) is the third volume in a multigenerational adventure series. Brothers William and Charles Crogan find themselves on opposite sides during the American Revolution. [...]

García Márquez at GALA, with a Surrealist Twist

Gabriel García Márquez's story "The Incredible and Sad Tale of Innocent Eréndira and her Heartless Grandmother" isn't the easiest work to stage. In the novel, Eréndira, a young girl, is forced by her grandmother to work as a prostitute after burning down their home in an accident. A road trip of sorts follows, with [...]