Pompidou Recreates the Workshop of Andre Breton

posted: 04-08-10
Why not Sneeze Rose Selavy?
from Andre Breton's workshop
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In conjunction with a more general exhibition of epochal works from its modern collection (1905-60), the Pompidou Center is dedicating a wall to art that was originally housed in Andre Breton's studio. Highlights include three Duchamp editions -- including copies of Why Not Sneeze Rose Selavy? and the Coin de Chastete -- and numerous works by surrealist comrades like Jean Arp, Francis Picabia and Roberto Matta, along with many, many anonymous sculptures of archaeological significance.

(Through June 21.)


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