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Protagonists, journals

Publications

Journals

Structured by the city of publisher. Titles are hyperlinked to their online editions.

Paris
  • La Révolution surréaliste, 12 numbers, eds. Pierre Naville, Benjamin Péret, et al., Paris, 1924-29. (French)
  • Surréalisme, 1 number, ed. Ivan Goll, Paris, 1924. (French)
  • Le Grand Jeu, 4 numbers, eds. Roger Gilbert-Lecomte, René Daumal, Roger Vailland, and Joseph Sima, Paris, 1928-32. (French)
  • Documents, 15 numbers, ed. Georges Bataille, Paris, 1929-31. (French)
  • Bifur, 8 numbers, ed. Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes, Paris: Éditions du Carrefour, 1929-31. (French)
  • Le Surréalisme au service de la révolution, 6 numbers, Paris, 1930-33. (French)
  • Légitime défense, 1 number, eds. Etienne Léro, et al., Paris, 1932. [1] (French)
  • Le Phare de Neuilly, 4 numbers, ed. Lise Deharme, Paris, 1933. (French)
  • Minotaure, eds. André Breton and Pierre Mabille, Paris: Albert Skira, 1933-39. (French)
  • Bulletin international du surréalisme, 4 numbers, Paris, Prague, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Brussels and London, 1935-36. Number 2. [2] (French),(Czech),(Spanish)
  • Acéphale: religion, sociologie, philosophie, 5 numbers, ed. Georges Bataille, Paris: G.L.M., 1936-39. (French)
  • La Main à plume, 8 numbers, eds. Noël Arnaud and Jean-François Chabrun, Paris, 1941-45. [3] [4] [5] (French)
  • La Révolution la nuit, Paris, 1945-46. (French)
  • Néon, 5 numbers, Paris: La Hune, 1948-49. (French)
Brussels
  • Correspondance, 26 numbers, eds. Paul Nougé, Camille Goemans and Marcel Lecomte, Brussels, 1924-25. (French)
  • Marie: journal bimensuel pour la belle jeunesse, 4 numbers, ed. E.L.T. Messens, Brussels, 1926. [6] (French)
  • Distances, 3 numbers, eds. Camille Goemans and Paul Nougé, Brussels and Paris, 1928. (French)
  • Mauvais temps, 1 number, ed. Rupture, La Louvière, 1935. (French)
  • L'Invention Collective, 2 numbers, eds. Raoul Ubac and René Magritte, Brussels, Feb-Apr 1940. [7] (French)
  • Le Surréalisme Révolutionnaire, 2 numbers, eds. Noël Arnaud, Asger Jorn, and Z. Lorenc, Brussels and Paris, 1948. (French)
Belgrade
  • Večnost, 5 numbers, eds. Risto Ratković and Mony de Boully, Belgrade, Jan-Jun 1926. (Serbian)
  • Tragovi, 3 numbers, eds. Đorđe Kostić, Oskar Davičo, and Đorđe Jovanović, Belgrade, 1928-29. (Serbian)
  • 50 u Evropi, 3 numbers, ed. Zvezdan Vujadinović, Belgrade, 1928-29. (Serbian)
  • Nadrealizam danas i ovde, 3 numbers, Belgrade: Nadrealistička izdanja, Jun 1931-Jun 1932. (Serbian)
Buenos Aires
Prague
Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Copenhagen
  • Linien, 12 numbers, eds. Vilhelm Bjerke-Petersen, Ejler Bille, and Richard Mortensen, Copenhagen, 1934-35. (Danish)
  • Konkretion. Interskandinavisk tidsskrift for kunsten af i dag, 6 numbers, ed. Vilhelm Bjerke-Petersen, Copenhagen/Oslo/Stockholm, 1935-36. (Danish),(Norwegian),(Swedish)
London
  • London Bulletin, 20 numbers, ed. E.L.T. Mesens, London: London Gallery, Apr 1938-Jun 1940. [11] (English),(French)
  • Arson: An Ardent Review, 1 number, ed. Toni del Renzio, London, 1942. (English)
  • Message from Nowhere/Message de Nulle Part: Collection of Poetry, Drawing & Criticism, 1 number, ed. E.L.T. Mesens, London: London Gallery, Nov 1944. (English),(French)
Santiago de Chile
  • Mandrágora, 7 numbers, eds. Braulio Arenas, Teófilo Cid, Enrique Gómez-Correa, and Jorge Cáceres, Santiago de Chile, 1938-43, UAM. (Spanish)
  • Leit motiv: boletín de hechos & ideas, 3 numbers, ed. Braulio Arenas, Santiago de Chile, 1942-43. [12] (Spanish)
  • Boletin surrealista, 1 number, Santiago de Chile, 1943. (Spanish)
New York
  • View, ed. Charles Henri Ford and Parker Tyler, New York: Charles Henri Ford, 1940-47. (English)
  • VVV, 4 numbers, eds. David Hare, with André Breton, Marcel Duchamp, and Max Ernst, New York, 1942-44. (English)
Fort-de-France, Martinique
  • Tropiques: revue culturelle, 14 numbers, ed. Aimé Césaire, Fort-de-France, Apr 1941-Sep 1945. [13] [14] (French)
Mexico City
  • DYN, 6 numbers, ed. Wolfgang Paalen, Mexico City, 1942-44. [15] [16] (English),(French)
Madrid
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Catalogues

  • The International Surrealist Exhibition, pref. André Breton, intro. Herbert Read, London, 1936, 31 pp. Catalogue of an exhibition held 11 Jun-4 Jul 1936 at the New Burlington Galleries, London. (English)

Collective publications

  • Variétés: "Le Surréalisme en 1929", ed. P.-G. van Hecke, Brussels, Jun 1929, 68 pp. Special issue of the journal. [19] (French)
  • Oskar Davičo, Đorđe Kostić, Đorđe Jovanović, Četiri strane – Onanizam smrti – I tako dalje, Belgrade: Nadrealistička izdanja, 1930, [4] pp. Placard magazine. (Serbian)
  • Nemoguće / L'Impossible, Belgrade: Nadrealistička izdanja, May 1930; repr., afterw. Milanka Todić, Belgrade: Muzej primenjene umetnosti, 2012, 150 pp. Almanac. [20] (Serbian)/(French)
  • Oskar Davičo, Đorđe Kostić, Dušan Matić, Položaj nadrealizma u društvenom procesu, Belgrade: Nadrealistička izdanja, 1932. (Serbian)
  • Documents 34 1: "Intervention surréaliste", Brussels: E.L.T. Mesens, Jun 1934; facsimile repr. in L'Arc 37, Aix-en-Provence, 1969, [91] pp; repr., 1990. Special issue of the journal. (French)
  • Karel Teige, Ladislav Štoll (eds.), Surrealismus v diskusi, Prague: Levá fronta, 1934, 109 pp. (Czech)
  • Vítězslav Nezval (ed.), Surrealismus, Prague: Josef Janda, 1936, 56 pp. (Czech)
  • Karel Teige, Surrealismus proti proudu. Dvě polemické kapitoly (Surrealistická skupina odpovídá Vítězslavu Nezvalovi, J. Fučíkovi, Kurtu Konradovi, St. K. Neumannovi, J. Rybákovi, L. Štollovi a. j.), Prague: Surrealistická skupina, 1938, 68 pp. (Czech)

Anthologies

  • Antología de la poesía surrealista de lengua francesa, ed., notes & trans. Aldo Pellegrini, Buenos Aires: Compañía General Fabril Editora, 1961, 353 pp; 2nd ed., Barcelona: Argonauta, 1981, 353 pp; 3rd ed., Buenos Aires: Argonauta, 2006, 353+35 pp. [21] [22] (Spanish)
  • André Breton, Manifestoes of Surrealism, trans. Richard Seaver and Helen R. Lane, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1969.
  • André Breton, Manifestes du surréalisme. Éditions complètes, Paris: Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 1972. (French)
  • André Breton, What is Surrealism: Selected Writings, Pathfinder Press, 1978.
  • Tracts surréalistes et déclarations collectives, Tome 1, 1922-1939, intro. & comm. José Pierre, Paris: Éric Losfeld, 1980, 544 pp. [23] (French)
  • Karel Teige, Surrealismo, realismo socialista, irrealismo: 1934-1951, ed. Sergio Corduas, trans. Sergio Corduas, Antonella D'Amelia and Barbara Zane, Torino: Einaudi, 1982, 328 pp. (Italian)
  • Georges Bataille, The Absence of Myth: Writings on Surrealism, ed., trans. & intro. Michael Richardson, London: Verso, 1994, vii+211 pp.
  • Surrealist Painters and Poets: An Anthology, ed. Mary Ann Caws, MIT Press, 2001, 530 pp.

Resources

Literature

  • Walter Benjamin, "Der Sürrealismus: Die letzte Momentaufnahme der europäischen Intelligenz", Literarischen Welt, Feb 1929; repr. in Benjamin, Gesammelte Schriften, II/1, 1977, pp 295-310. (German)
  • Yale French Studies 31: "Surrealism", 1964. [24]
  • William S. Rubin, Dada, Surrealism, and Their Heritage, New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1968, 251 pp, OL.
  • Nadrealizam―Socijalna umetnost 1929-1950, Belgrade: Muzej primenjene umetnosti, 1969. Catalogue; in the exhibition the work of the Belgrade Surrealists was reconstructed, studied and exhibited as a whole for the first time. [25] (Serbian)
  • Peter Bürger, Der französische Surrealismus. Studien zur avantgardistischen Literatur, Frankfurt am Main: Athenäum, 1971, 207 pp; exp.ed., Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1996. (German)
  • Dada/Surrealism journal, ed. Timothy Shipe, 1971-90, and since 2013. [26] (English)
  • Der Surrealismus 1922-1942, Munich: Haus der Kunst, 1972, 95+200 pp. Catalogue. [27] (German)
  • C. Brian Morris, Surrealism and Spain 1920-1936, Cambridge University Press, 1972, x+291 pp.
    • El surrealismo y España, 1920-1936, trans. Fuencisla Escribano, Madrid: Espasa Calpe, 2000, 462 pp. (Spanish)
  • Peter Bürger (ed.), Surrealismus, Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1982. (German)
  • Marguerita Bonnet, Jacqueline Chénieux-Gendron, Revues surréalistes françaises autour d'André Breton: 1948-1972, Milwood, NY: Kraus, 1982, x+294 pp. (French)
  • Rosalind Krauss, Jane Livingston, L'Amour fou: Photography & Surrealism, New York: Abbeville Press, 1986, 243 pp. Catalogue.
  • Rudolf E. Kuenzli (ed.), Dada and Surrealist Film, New York: Willis, Locker & Owens, 1987, 255 pp.
  • Sidra Stich (ed.), Anxious Visions: Surrealist Art, New York: Abbeville Press, 1990, 264 pp. Catalogue.
  • Hal Foster, Compulsive Beauty, MIT Press, 1993, 344 pp. [28] A deconstructive reading of surrealism; based on author's dissertation. Reviews: Elkins (1994), Genova (1996), O'Brien (1997).
  • Jacqueline Chénieux-Gendron, Françoise Laruelle-Le Roux, Maïté Vienne-Villacampa, Le Surréalisme autour du monde: 1929-1947, Paris: CNRS, 1994, iv+463 pp. [29] (French)
  • Martica Sawin, "Surrealism in Exile: And the Beginning of the New York School, MIT Press, 1995, 460 pp. [30]
  • Michael Richardson (ed.), Refusal of the Shadow: Surrealism and the Carribean, trans. Krzysztof Fijałkowski and Michael Richardson, London and New York: Verso, 1996. [31] [32]


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