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Marinetti, Italian Futurism at the Guggenheim in Review at Hyperallergic March 14, 2014: The politics and artwork of the Futurists are forever intertwined. At Hyperallergic, Robert C. Morgan assesses Italian Futurism's legacy, on the occasion of a new show at the Guggenheim. The exhibition Italian Futurism, 1909–1944: Reconstructing the Universe, presently on view at the Guggenheim, is the first important museum survey of [...] by

A Surrealist Beat-down November 26, 2013: Over at Hyperallergic, Mostafa Heddaya reviews Shana Lutker’s play “The Nose, The Cane, The Broken Left Arm,” which reenacts "An evening Dada revue organized by Tristan Tzara, July 6, 1923′s Soirée du Coeur à Barbe (Night of the Bearded Heart) [which] was the site of an infamous altercation between Tzara’s associates and Surrealist [...] by

The Mexican Notebooks of Victor Serge at New Left Review September 6, 2013: Even a glance at this piece (just keep in mind that a glance is "the opposite of seeing," as is writ in Revolution: A Reader) is completely worth it. Just up at the New Left Review, the Mexican Notebooks of Victor Serge, Russian revolutionary and writer. Composed from 1940 to 1947 (as the introduction points out, Serge died in November of that [...] by

Surreal Love at City Lights February 13, 2013: [caption id="attachment_61092" align="alignright" width="500"] Joyce Mansour[/caption] How sweet and surreal love can be, and the good folks at the City Lights blog are driving the point home with a post that features two love poems by two of our favorite surrealists, Paul Éluard and Joyce Mansour. Of course no surrealist post would be [...] by