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Magritte Written by Suzi Gablik
Through shock and paradox, Rene Magritte set out to reveal the mysterious nature of thought. His paintings, with their unexpected juxtaposition of objects, are a deliberate defiance of common sense.
In her classic study, Suzi Gablik evaluates Magritte's major themes by classifying his work in related groups of images, each paingting having a positional value in a sequence, in addition to its intrinsic value.
She shows how Magritte was never involved in the experimental techniques and stylistic innovations of the other Surrealists, and how, as a result, his work has proved to hold more options for the future.
Written by Suzi Gablik. 208 pages. 210 x 150mm,
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|Alternative Codes||299005, A605|