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Marina Abramović: Early Works25     [gallery columns="5" size="medium" ids="782,784,786,790,788"] There are some people who walk among this world at odds with the society around them. Born too early for their time, often their work becomes the turning point of a generation. Avant-gardes are torn down and new ones built up; what was criticised becomes the norm and new artists...

Forty-five years after Tarsila do Amaral’s death, moma presents her first-ever museum exhibition in the U.S. By Andrea K. Scott Tarsila do Amaral’s 1928 painting “Abaporu” was so radical in its day that it inspired a manifesto. Courtesy Tarsila do Amaral Licenciamentos Some artists are so iconic, they’re known by only one name: Brancusi, Léger, Tarsila. Wait, who? The painter Tarsila do Amaral...

By Rachel Lebowitz Feb 22, 2018 5:18 pm In 1924, with André Breton’s Surrealist Manifesto, Surrealism was born. Drawn to the writings of Sigmund Freud, artists of the movement explored the unconscious in their works. They embraced the element of chance, engaged with dreams, and created a visual language of latent sexual desire through symbolism and the...