JSTOR on René Magritte

How René Magritte Became the Grudging Father of Pop ArtMagritte took issue less with the undeniable visual link between Pop and his own paintings—disjunctive, saturated (sur)realities—than with what he considered to be the movement’s “sugar-coated” recycling of Dadaist principles.

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