Surrealism: The Women Artists of Mexico and Latin America
The catalytic roles and relationships between female surrealist artists in Latin America galvanized 20th-century art. As the surrealist movement spread globally from France, artists and artworks traveled to Mexico and onward making Latin America a significant destination. Those who journeyed to Latin America tended to remain there for the rest of their lives. Frida Kahlo is the most prominent, but Leonora Carrington, Remedios Varo, and Kati Horna, among several others, actively worked in proximity to each other, developing friendships and artist dialogues that are only rarely explored and discussed. Learn about these artists and their impact on 20th-century art.
You'll Walk Away with
- Familiarity with the great women surrealist artists of Latin America
- Knowledge of the friendships and relationships that influenced surrealist art in Latin America
- Art enthusiasts
- Aspiring and practicing arts professionals