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Gallery Talk: Blurring Boundaries: Surrealism and Latin America

May 25, 2018
Meet in Griffin Court
Free with museum admission

Known for blurring the lines between dream and reality, Surrealism’s impact is seen across work by artists who embraced and adapted ideas from this 20th century movement. Join educator Paulina Lopez to explore the role that Surrealism played in the construction of cultural identities in Latin America. 

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Roberto Matta. Drive in the Knife, 1943. Lindy and Edwin Bergman Collection.