Málaga Picasso Museum - We are Completely Free. Women Artists and Surrealism

We are Completely Free. Women Artists and Surrealism presents the work of a group of women artists who, from the 1920s onwards, became involved to a greater or lesser degree in Surrealism, a movement historically associated with men. Museo Picasso Málaga has brought together for the occasion works by eighteen spirited and rebellious female artists who were, in several cases, overshadowed by their male partners. The exhibition aims to give back the focus they deserve to a group of women artists whose work stood out on the Surrealist landscape and some of whom have perhaps had to wait too long to gain major international recognition: Eileen Agar, Claude Cahun, Leonora Carrington, Germaine Dulac, Leonor Fini, Valentine Hugo, Frida Kahlo, Dora Maar, Maruja Mallo, Lee Miller, Nadja, Meret Oppenheim, Kay Sage, Ángeles Santos, Dorothea Tanning Toyen, Remedios Varo and Unica Zürn.

Until January 28, 2018
 
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Dorothea Tanning (1910-2012). Small Night Serenade (Eine Kleine Nachtmusik), 1943. Oil on canvas, 407 x 610 mm © Tate, London 2015 © The Estate of Dorothea Tanning / ADAGP, Paris/ VEGAP, Málaga, 2016.
 
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Maruja Mallo. Kermesse, 1928. Castres-Musée Goya, Musée d'art hispanique © Centre Pompidou, MNAM-CCI, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais / Jacques Faujour © Maruja Mallo, VEGAP, Málaga, 2017
 
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Leonora Carrington. And Then We Saw the Daughter of the Minotaur, 1953 © Private collection © Leonora Carrington, VEGAP, Málaga, 2017

 
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