Surrealism and Us: Caribbean and African Diasporic Artists since 1940 | The Modern

The Modern is presenting their first intergenerational show dedicated to Caribbean and African diasporic art. Surrealism and Us includes over 50 works that focus on the interpretation of a modernist movement by Caribbean and Black Artists. From installations to paintings to sculpture, a wide range of media will be present with works from the 1940’s to present day. Inspired by the essay “1943: Surrealism and Us” by Suzanne Césaire, this exhibition  focuses on the reinterpretation of the European avant-garde by Caribbean and Black Artists, creating a fusion of Caribbean aesthetics, Afrosurrealism, and Afrofuturism.

Exhibition dates: March 10th - July 28th, 2024

Location: 3200 Darnell St, Fort Worth, TX 76107

See The Modern for more details. 

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