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“Surrealism in Mexico” at Di Donna Galleries

“Surrealism in Mexico” explores the extraordinary art-historical moment that arose between 1940 and 1955, when a community of Surrealist artists fled World War II in Europe to settle in Mexico City. The show includes dozens of paintings, drawings, sculptures, and photographs by artists including Leonora Carrington, Frida Kahlo, Matta, and Remedios Varo. Many of the works, on loan from foundations and private collections, were influenced by the country’s culture and history, as well as by the robust and creative artistic community that sprung up around Kahlo’s studio.

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