British surrealism opened up dr jeffrey sherwins new book british surrealism opened up is in the words of the author an everyman guide to british surrealism. British surrealism in its organized communal form was a short lived and somewhat local phenomenon of the 1930s and 40s limited mostly to groups in the cities of london and birmingham but it had a deep impact on british culture. Launching alongside the exhibition is dr jeffrey sherwins new book british surrealism opened up in the words of the author an everyman guide to british surrealism the book is an easy read history of the movement from its beginnings in paris to its arrival in britain. British surrealism opened up jeffrey sherwin 50 out of 5 stars 3 paperback 1995 a short survey of surrealism david gascoyne paperback 895 art in theory 1900 2000 an anthology of changing ideas surrealism in britain is a book without obvious peer an unusually handsome piece of bookmaking
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