Surrealism in New York City The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is featuring a broad survey of art made by artists who called themselves surrealists -- and by many who didn't. David D'Arcy reports that the art movement itself defied rigid definitions, but curators keep trying.
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is featuring a broad survey of art made by artists who called themselves surrealists — and by many who didn't. David D'Arcy reports that the art movement itself defied rigid definitions, but curators keep trying.

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