Surreal Noir celebrates Black History Month! “This episode shares a variety of Black women and centres on Paris, of course the city at the centre of Surrealism, but also with a long history drawing people of colour for art, music and more. Neo-noir comes in the shape of […]
Our friends at the Projection Booth watch Black Moon (1975). “French month continues with a look at Louis Malle’s Black Moon (1975). The film tells the story of Lily (Cathryn Harrison), a girl on the brink of womanhood who’s on the run from a war between men and […]
Friend of the Gutter Kate Laity reports on “Surrealism Beyond Borders.” “Look: together for the first time since they were last exhibited: Varo’s triptych. And Rahon! And Colqhoun! And Cahun! And Deren — and so much.”
Listen to Surreal Noir at No Bounds Radio hosted by friend of the Gutter Kate Laity. It’s what it says–a mix of discussion of surreal art and noir books and film. This episode includes audio and texts from In a Lonely Place, Leonora Carrington, Ghostdance, Remedios Varo, and […]
At ArtForum, Chloe Wyma writes about artist Leonora Carrington’s Tarot. “Carrington made The High Priestess, one of only two cards to have been dated, in 1955, around the same time she and her friend Remedios Varo were haunting the metaphysical clubs established by the disciples of Russian mystics […]
Mubi has a collection of film posters designed by Eva Švankmajerová, Surrealist painter, writer and filmmaker. Learn more about Eva Švankmajerová with an posthumous interview with Gwendolyn Albert, the translator of her novel, Baradla Cave.