Surrealism’s Legacy

April 2012 Newsletter

Surrealism’s Legacy. In honor of Max Ernst’s birthday this month we are focusing on a movement that still has the power to enchant, even 85 years after it first begun, Surrealism. Browse from our Curator’s Picks below and enjoy their dream-like, humorous qualities. Limited edition prints by Kenny Scharf, Kate Shaw, and Stuckert depict intensely alluring images with other-worldly, psychedelic effects.

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Kenny ScharfFelix on a Pedestal

25 color silkscreen, ink on paper

46 x 34 inches

Edition of 150


Price: $1,500

Kenny Scharf’s drawings echo those rendered by the famed Surrealist artist Salvador Dali. Working alongside legendary artists Andy Warhol, Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat in the 1970s, Scharf continues to inspire viewers with his eccentric and humorous prints.

Kate Shaw

Gamma, 2009

Giclee archival print

40 x 26 inches

Edition of 30


Price: $750

Kate Shaw uses color and subtle pattern variations to create mystical abstractions. Her dreamy, disturbing landscapes are concerned with issues of environmental degradation, referencing the ways in which society is disconnected from the natural world.


Untitled 6 (Brasilia Series)

Digital C-print

24 x 24 inches

Edition of 15


Price: $1,600

Stuckert highlights the architectural, figurative, and abstract qualities of the Brasilia landscape. In 1960, Rio de Janeiro was replaced as the capital of Brazil by Brasilia, a city led by the idealism of Juscelino Kubitschek’s socialist government and its team of visionary architects, landscape designers, and urban planners.

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