Caught the last day of  In Wonderland: The Surrealist Adventures of Women Artists in Mexico and the United States  at LACMA this weekend. After its Feminist take on Surrealism, this is an interesting juxtaposition (via  artistandstudio ): 
 
 The cover of the last issue of the Surrealist review,  La Révolution surréaliste  No. 12, 1929. In the center is Rene Magritte’s  The Hidden Woman.  The text in the painting reads, “I do not see the (woman) hidden in the forest.”  Surrounding the painting is the inner circle of the Paris Surrealists, all with their eyes closed:  (top row) Maxime Alexandre, Louis Aragon, André Breton, Luis Bunuel, Jean Caupenne; (second row) Salvador Dalì and Paul Éluard; (third row) Max Ernst and Marcel Fourrier; (forth row) Camille Goemans and René Magritte; (bottom row) Paul Nougé, Georges Sadoul, Yves Tanguy, André Thirion, Albert Valentin.  [x]

Caught the last day of In Wonderland: The Surrealist Adventures of Women Artists in Mexico and the United States at LACMA this weekend. After its Feminist take on Surrealism, this is an interesting juxtaposition (via artistandstudio):

The cover of the last issue of the Surrealist review, La Révolution surréaliste No. 12, 1929. In the center is Rene Magritte’s The Hidden Woman. The text in the painting reads, “I do not see the (woman) hidden in the forest.”  Surrounding the painting is the inner circle of the Paris Surrealists, all with their eyes closed:  (top row) Maxime Alexandre, Louis Aragon, André Breton, Luis Bunuel, Jean Caupenne; (second row) Salvador Dalì and Paul Éluard; (third row) Max Ernst and Marcel Fourrier; (forth row) Camille Goemans and René Magritte; (bottom row) Paul Nougé, Georges Sadoul, Yves Tanguy, André Thirion, Albert Valentin. [x]