Front Room: Surreal Selves
This exhibition features 16 figurative paintings that suggest a resurgence of surrealism among a young generation of international artists. Sascha Braunig, Erik Thor Sandberg, and Aya Uekawa each create works informed by old master techniques and pop culture that convey personal fantasies, nightmares, and new permutations for the human body in a technology-driven world. The BMA is free, and is open Wed. through Fri. from 10am - 5pm, and Sat. through Sun. from 11am - 6pm. Closed Monday and Tues.
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