Henri Cartier-Bresson: Living and Looking In an intimate 1971 interview, Henri Cartier-Bresson spoke of surrealism, photojournalism and the loss of his friends Robert Capa and David "Chim" Seymour.
June 20, 2013 - New York Times
Three artists explore 20th century surrealism Bringing together three artists — a painter, a sculptor and draftsman, and a ceramic sculptor — for the first time, a Brentwood Arts Exchange exhibition explores the human imagination through contemporary forms that trace their roots back to 20th century surrealism.
June 19, 2013 - The Prince George's Sentinel
Ashlee Simpson in Billboard Asked to describe the video, Simpson tells Billboard.com, "One of my favorite artists is Salvador Dali. You'll see a little bit of that surrealism in it. There's a bit of 'Being John Malkovich' in there too. It's a little out there," she says...
Barbara Atkin in Toronto Star Surrealism is about looking at something in a new and different way,says Atkin. "And fashion is about fantasy. It's taking everyday things and twisting it up and bring it back in a new way. It's all about escape."
John Baldessari in International Herald Tribune Magritte makes Surrealism digestible for a broader audience, and he's had such a great influence on advertising that we don't even see it anymore,Baldessari said. "I saw it as a chance to do something I haven't done before."