Creative collaborations with the artists Lee Miller knew, photographed, and exhibited alongside during the late 1930s. Sculptures, paintings, photographs, collages and works on paper by artists Eileen Agar, Salvador Dalí, Max Ernst, René Magritte and Henry Moore are featured The exhibition also highlights Lee Miller and Roland Penrose's attempts to bring together Surrealist artists, including the 1936 International Surrealism Exhibition in London and the 1937 Surrealist Invasion of Cornwall, where artists such as Nusch Éluard, Leonora Carrington and ELT Mesens came together to share a creative retreat, which Miller and Man Ray documented through photography.
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Wakefield West Yorkshire WF1 5AW
phone 01924 247360
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