Max Ernst


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Noun1.Max Ernst - painter (born in Germany, resident of France and the United States) who was a cofounder of dadaismMax Ernst - painter (born in Germany, resident of France and the United States) who was a cofounder of dadaism; developed the technique of collage (1891-1976)
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Some were internationally famous, such as Max Ernst, Oskar Kokoschka, or Max Beckmann, and chose to live abroad in exile.
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This survey of the career of the influential Surrealist and Dada artist Max Ernst examines his pursuit of radical new techniques in the wake of the First World War.
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Friedkin says that Schenck's work is reminiscent of Max Ernst and Rene Magritte, but totally original--"a magical journey filled with what seems like childhood's buried memories surrounded by nature's living ghosts.
Shows of the work of Joseph Cornell, Max Ernst, and Yves Tanguy, as well as friendships with Marcel Duchamp and Rene Magritte, followed; sales did not.
His graphic memoir Epileptic (L'Ascension du haut mal, 1996-2003) garnered comparisons to Max Ernst, but the two-part Incidents in the Night demonstrates a wider scope of influences, which are allowed to run free in this fictional escapade.
This exhibit was created in response to Dejavu's legacy as the site of the mid-century Bodley Gallery, renowned for exhibiting pivotal artists such as surrealist Max Ernst along with early figurative works by artist Andy Warhol.
For our "Pop-Out Identity Collages," we first discussed Max Ernst, Pablo Picasso, and Henri Matisse.
This show features "controlled accident paintings" created by pushing paint around with objects such as rags, crumpled foil, balloons, plastic sheets and cylinders - a technique also favored by surrealist artists Max Ernst and Oscar Dominguez.