Conversations: The Autobiography of Surrealism. André Breton.

Conversations: The Autobiography of Surrealism. With André Parinaud and Others

New York: Paragon House, 1993. 1st US Edition. Octavo, publisher's russet cloth over black paper-covered boards, spine stamped in silver, original illustrated dust jacket.

Series of radio interviews with the "Pope of Surrealism," André Breton, conducted in 1952 by noted art critic André Parinaud, chronicling the history of Dada and Surrealism from their earliest stages. Supplemented with additional interviews with Breton by writers and artists associated with the movement, including Charles Henri Ford, René Bélance, Dominque Arban, and others. Translated from French, with an introduction, by Mark Polizzotti. Originally published in Paris in 1952. Fine, in unclipped dust jacket. Item #435


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