Angels of Anarchy, Women Artists and Surrealism

26 September - 10 January

Book tickets

Resources

Find out more about the exhibition with our exhibition related resources.

Audio downloads

Hear what Antony Penrose, son of Lee Miller and Roland Penrose, has to say about the artists and works in the exhibition

Lecture series

Review the complete lecture series that accompanied the exhibition

Schools and colleges information

Find out about resources and workshops for schools and colleges

Artists biographies

Information and background on all 32 of the featured artists

Exhibition themes

More about the thematic content of the exhibition

Exhibition catalogue

A fully illustrated publication, edited by exhibition curator Dr Patricia Allmer and available in the gallery shop

Press resources

Press releases in English
Press releases in foreign languages

Related links

Links to relevant websites, where you can find out more about surrealism and the artists in the exhibition

The Rise of Women Artists

If you want to find out about more women artists, you can also visit the The Rise of Women Artists at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, which charts the progress made by female artists from the 16th century up to the present day. The exhibition includes work from both recent and contemporary painters and designers such as Paula Rego, Helen Chadwick, Louise Bourgeois and Alison Britton. Alongside these pieces, historic works by artists such as Angelica Kauffmann, Marianne Stokes and Laura Knight will be on display,

Image credit
Meret Oppenheim, Pelzhandschuhe [Fur Gloves with Wooden Fingers], 1936-39, Fur gloves with wooden fingers in a plexiglas box. Ursula Hauser Collection, Switzerland © DACS 2009