André Breton

The current appetite for historical, underrecognized female artists is welcome but urgent work still needs to be done

By Antonia Cundy

On the eve of his two retrospectives in Paris, the artist discusses the works that have shaped his practice and thinking

By Roee Rosen

Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, USA

By Jonathan Griffin
Illustration by Lauren Rolwing

Dada's centenary and the importance of absurdity

By Jennifer Higgie
Max Ernst, Les Hommes  n’en sauront rien (Men Shall Know  Nothing of This), 1923,  oil on canvas, 80 × 60 cm. Courtesy: Tate, London

From conversations with friends including André Breton, William Burroughs and Caresse Crosby, to studying astronomy, physics and the Greek myths, Liliane Lijn discusses the evolution of he

By Liliane Lijn

In praise of anachronism: how a number of recent exhibitions have been integrating the past with the present

By Amelia Groom

A new anthology of Rimbaud's work

By Jerome Boyd-Maunsell