Bewilder Sensation: Surrealism and Poetry Today
Joseph Cornell, Medici Princess, c. 1948–52. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Museum Purchase, 1979. © The Joseph & Robert Cornell Memorial Foundation / VAGA, New York
Sunday, February 14, 2016
3 pm | Lerner Roon
Space is limited and this free event is first-come, first-served.
Final weekend! Marvelous Objects closes February 15.
Local poets influenced by Surrealism present short readings and performances in the galleries of Marvelous Objects: Surrealist Sculpture from Paris to New York. Bewilder Sensation takes its title from a 1935 lecture by founding Surrealist André Breton titled “Surrealist Situation of the Object: Situation of the Surrealist Object.”
- Rod Smith
- Doug Lang
- Tina Darragh
- Dan Gutstein
- K. Lorraine Graham
- Bernard Welt
- Casey Smith
- PINKTUM (Mel Nichols & Liora Valero)