Magritte Surrealism Exhibit Debuts at MoMA
Starting on Saturday, some 80 paintings, collages, photographs and other objects by the Belgian artist will go on display. They all date from 1926, "when Magritte first aimed to create paintings that would, in his words, 'challenge the real world,'" to 1938, "a historically and biographically significant moment just prior to the outbreak of World War II," the museum's website says.
The show runs through Jan. 12, and accompanying lectures on Magritte will also be held at the museum.
For the full schedule of events, visit the MoMA website.