Drame Surréaliste

ELEKTROHALLE RHOMBERG, Salzburg

Palme, 2021
Analogue C-Print from slide, 8 x 10 Inch

Palme, 2021 Analogue C-Print from slide, 8 x 10 Inch

March 27 – May 8, 2021


Group show with works by

Andi Fischer
Georg Frauenschuh
Tina Hainschwang
Flora Hauser
Adrian Hazi
Verena Issel
Tamara Malcher
Daniela Zeilinger
Gerlind Zeilner

The title of the exhibition refers to the surrealist play “Les mamelles de Tirésias” by Guillaume Apollinaire from 1903 with the subtitle “Drame surréaliste”. With this subtitle and in the foreword to the play, the poet invented the word “surrealism” to describe his new style of drama. In 1924 Breton took over the term as the name for the already existing intellectual movement in literature, art and film.

The piece was set to music by Francis Poulenc for Opera Buffa in 1944.

The exhibiting artists freely associate with the exhibition title.

ELEKTROHALLE RHOMBERG
Samergasse 28b
5020 Salzburg

https://elektrohalle-rhomberg.net/exhibitions/upcoming-exhibitions/

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