Leonora Carrington and the International Avant-Garde
Leonora Carrington, a Mexican-based English artist most notable for her surrealist writing and art, receives her first comprehensive analysis with this book, which recognises her as a defining international figure in modern and contemporary art, thought and literature.
Exploring her intellectual and literary contributions to the arts; like surrealism and realism, this book contains nine chapters from scholars who focus on different aspects of Carrington’s career. It also includes essays by Mexican-American novelist Chloe Aridjis and Gabriel Weisz, Carrington's son.
An illuminating book edited by Jonathan P. Eburne and Catriona McAra, who along with dozens of other writers, set out to reinsert Carrington as a feminist figure, major artist and writer, as well as an active collaborator among her peers.
|Author||Jonathan P. Eburne, Catriona McAra|
|Dimensions||23.88 cm x 1.78 cm x 17.02 cm|
|Publisher||MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY PRESS|
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