Sade/Surreal. Der Marquis de Sade und die erotische Fantasie des Surrealismus in Text und Bild

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Explores Sade's impact on the political surrealist art movement in Europe, especially before the 1930s. Sade was hailed for what the surrealists perceived to be his atheistic, materialist, nihilistic and individualistic anarchism that appealed to them in this time of artistic and politcal upheaval.

Publisher

Bezzola, Tobia, et al., editor. Sade/Surreal. Der Marquis de Sade und die erotische Fantasie des Surrealismus in Text und Bild.Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2002. Print.

Date

06/10/17

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Citation

Bezzola, Tobia, et al., editor., “Sade/Surreal. Der Marquis de Sade und die erotische Fantasie des Surrealismus in Text und Bild,” Legacies of the Enlightenment, accessed June 25, 2024, http://enlightenmentlegacies.org/items/show/4.