Abaporu, Tarsila do Amaral

Abaporu Tarsila do Amaral, 1928

Untitled, Tina Modotti

Untitled Tina Modotti, 1928

Cape Ann Granite, Edward Hopper

Cape Ann Granite Edward Hopper, 1928

Composition: Horse and Figures, Arshile Gorky

Composition: Horse and Figures Arshile Gorky, 1928

Composition with Red Yellow and Blue, Piet Mondrian

Composition with Red Yellow and Blue Piet Mondrian, 1928

Dragon, Richard Teschner

Dragon Richard Teschner, 1928

Dutch Interior (I), Joan Miró

Dutch Interior (I) Joan Miró, 1928

'What is this shocking anomaly you are producing?'

Exact Experiments in the Realm of Art Paul Klee, 1928

Figure, André Breton

Figure André Breton, 1928

La Cohorte Invincible, Giorgio de Chirico

La Cohorte Invincible Giorgio de Chirico, 1928

Lili Elbe, Gerda Wegener

Lili Elbe Gerda Wegener, 1928

New LEF: Journal of the Left Front of the Arts, Aleksandr Rodchenko

New LEF: Journal of the Left Front of the Arts Aleksandr Rodchenko, 1927 – 1928

Reclining Nude, Suzanne Valadon

Reclining Nude Suzanne Valadon, 1928

Seated Woman, María Blanchard

Seated Woman María Blanchard, 1928

Self-portrait, 1928, Claude Cahun

Self-portrait, 1928 Claude Cahun, 1928

Self-Portrait at the Age of Nine, Arshile Gorky

Self-Portrait at the Age of Nine Arshile Gorky, 1928

Sleeping woman, Pierre Bonnard

Sleeping woman Pierre Bonnard, 1928

The Lovers, René Magritte

The Lovers René Magritte, 1928

The red door, aglow with the gold of ornament, slowly opens. In the twilight of Dukhang, the gigantic image of Maitreya majestically rises into the height.

Tibetan Art Nicholas Roerich, 1928

Two Women, Salvadora and Herminia, Frida Kahlo

Two Women, Salvadora and Herminia Frida Kahlo, 1928

Design for unisex sports apparel, Varvara Stepanova

Design for unisex sports apparel Varvara Stepanova, 1928

Untitled, Sonia Delaunay

Untitled Sonia Delaunay, 1928

Urutu Viper, Tarsila do Amaral

Urutu Viper Tarsila do Amaral, 1928

What do you want from me?, Claude Cahun

What do you want from me? Claude Cahun, 1928

Woman with Flag, Tina Modotti

Woman with Flag Tina Modotti, 1928

Anthropophagy, Tarsila do Amaral

Anthropophagy Tarsila do Amaral, 1929

Blues, Archibald Motley

Blues Archibald Motley, 1929

City (The Street), Tarsila do Amaral

City (The Street) Tarsila do Amaral, 1929

Composition with Red Blue and Yellow, Piet Mondrian

Composition with Red Blue and Yellow Piet Mondrian, 1929

Fiori, Giorgio Morandi

Fiori Giorgio Morandi, 1929

Gamin, Augusta Savage

Gamin Augusta Savage, 1929

Houses of Campiaro in Grizzana, Giorgio Morandi

Houses of Campiaro in Grizzana Giorgio Morandi, 1929

Illumined Pleasures, Salvador Dalí

Illumined Pleasures Salvador Dalí, 1929

Indian Church, Emily Carr

Indian Church Emily Carr, 1929

Moraine Lake, Clyfford Still

Moraine Lake Clyfford Still, 1929

Portrait of Sunday Baillieu Quinn, Paris, Agnes Goodsir

Portrait of Sunday Baillieu Quinn, Paris Agnes Goodsir, 1929

Postcard, Tarsila do Amaral

Postcard Tarsila do Amaral, 1929

Reclining nude, Gerda Wegener

Reclining nude Gerda Wegener, 1929

Resurgam, Glyn Philpot

Resurgam Glyn Philpot, 1929

Self-portrait, 1929, Milena Pavlović-Barili

Self-portrait, 1929 Milena Pavlović-Barili, 1929

Setting Sun, Tarsila do Amaral

Setting Sun Tarsila do Amaral, 1929

Still Life le Jour, Georges Braque

Still Life le Jour Georges Braque, 1929

Tehuantepec Type, Tina Modotti

Tehuantepec Type Tina Modotti, 1929

The Cathedrals of Broadway, Florine Stettheimer

The Cathedrals of Broadway Florine Stettheimer, 1929

The Claude Cahun, Self Portrait, Claude Cahun

The Claude Cahun, Self Portrait Claude Cahun, 1929

The Crystal Vase, Georges Braque

The Crystal Vase Georges Braque, 1929

The False Mirror, René Magritte

The False Mirror René Magritte, 1929

The First Days of Spring, Salvador Dalí

The First Days of Spring Salvador Dalí, 1929

The Great Masturbator, Salvador Dalí

The Great Masturbator Salvador Dalí, 1929

The simplest Surrealist act consists of dashing down the street, pistol in hand, and firing blindly, as fast as you can pull the trigger, into the crowd.

The Second Manifesto of Surrealism - Selections André Breton, 1929

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