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The Road is Wider than Long: Galleries in Cork Street and Surrealism's Reception in the United Kingdom during the 1930's <Articles>
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Ishii, Yuko
NDC
The arts. Fine arts
abstract
Cork Street, located in Mayfair in the West End of London, is a significant area that played a crucial role in the reception of surrealism in the United Kingdom (U.K.). This paper reexamines the reception of surrealism in the U.K. during the 1930's by analysing historical records and materials covering the activities of three rival galleries in Cork Street: Mayor Gallery, London Gallery, and Guggenheim Jeune. These galleries made their presence felt at three seismic moments in the history of British surrealism, that is, 1933 (Mayor Gallery), 1936 (London Gallery) and 1938 (Guggenheim Jeune). The aim of this paper is to examine how the activities of these galleries affected surrealism's development in the U.K., and to clarify how the galleries were involved in the promotion of surrealism as an art movement. Although the centrifugal force of Cork Street as a locus for British surrealism diminished with the outbreak of World War II, by that time, the path of surrealism in Cork Street was well established with a complex and rich network.
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本稿は、広島芸術学会第二七回総会・大会(二〇一三年七月)での口頭発表の内容に大幅な加筆・修正を施したものです。また、本研究はJSPS科研費26770052の助成を受けました。
journal title
Annual Review of Hiroshima Society for Science of Arts
issue
Issue 28
start page
1
end page
15
date of issued
2015-07-31
publisher
広島芸術学会
issn
0914-9872
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language
jpn
nii type
Journal Article
HU type
Journal Articles
DCMI type
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application/pdf
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rights
Copyright (c) 2015 by Author
department
Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences
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