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Keeping it Surreal
This week sees the opening of the exhibition 'Keeping it surreal: Surrealism Beyond Borders' at the Tate Modern in London. To prepare your visit or to simply pretend you went there 😉 Art Explora has prepared a special playlist for you! From Dali to Chirico, with Dora Maar or Leonora Carrington, let's discover the works of these artists who used their dreams and the subconscious mind to create their art. Enjoy!

One of the 20th century’s most radical art movements, Surrealism sought to challenge convention through the exploration of the subconscious mind, invoking the power of dreams and the element of chance to challenge the establishment of the day. Where did this revolutionary movement emerge from, who were its key players and what legacy does it have amongst later artists?

Content produced by : National Galleries of Scotland

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On the agenda
video - 4:25
What is Surrealism? Art Movements & Styles
By: National Galleries of Scotland
video - 8:43
Leonora Carrington – Britain’s Lost Surrealist | TateShots
By: Tate
podcast - 28:12
René Magritte’s The Son of Man (1964)
By: The Lonely Palette
video - 7:23
Who Was Salvador Dali and What Is Surrealism?
By: Artrageous with Nate
video - 1:32
The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dalí
By: Accessible art history
podcast - 59:08
Rene Magritte & surrealism’s daddy, Giorgio de Chirico – The Song of Love 1914
By: Art Slice
video - 11:01
Introduction to the Exhibition “Max Ernst” by Curator Raphaël Bouvier
By: Fondation Beyeler
video - 6:43
Dorothea Tanning – Pushing the Boundaries of Surrealism | TateShots
By: Tate
video - 4:59
Surrealism in 5 Minutes: Idea Behind the Art Movement
By: Curious Muse