'The Surreal House' at The Barbican Explores Two Unlikely Themes

By: Tiana Reid - Published: Jun 18, 2010   Updated: Jul 11 2011 • References: & anothermag
The Barbican is currently running 'The Surreal House,' an art and photography exhibition. Jane Alison, senior curator at The Barbican, said that this is "the first time an exhibition has really probed the relationship between surrealism and architecture."

'The Surreal House' is a comprehensive collection of some of the most gripping surrealist art that has ever been made, but sticking with the theme of domesticity and the house.

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