1933 - 1937 Minotaure was a Surrealist-oriented publication.

  Publisher and  founder Albert Skira. 
  Editors were Andre Breton and Pierre Mabille. 
  A luxurious publication, sporting original artworks on its cover by prestigious 
  artists like Pablo Picasso. 
  The magazine was sponsored and advised by Edward James.
  It was the successor to La Revolution Surrealiste and was published at the 
  same time as Le Surrealisme au service de la revolution.

  Minotaure brought to the attention of the art world many previously little-known figures 
  such as Hans Bellmer, Victor Brauner, Paul Delvaux, Alberto Giacometti, 
  and Roberto Matta. 
  It was also the only surrealist publication to feature articles on architecture: 
  Tristan Tzara (D'un certain automatisme du goet, no. 3 + 4), 
  Salvador Dali (''De le beaute terrifiantte et comestible, de l'architecture 
  Modern' style'', no. 3 + €“4) 
  Roberto Matta (Mathematiques sensibles - Architecture du Temps, no. 11).

  Covers -> Include: - 

 1933 May #1 Pablo Picasso, 1933 #2 Gaston-Lois Roux?,  #3-4 Andre Derain.

 1934 #5 Francisco Bores?, #6 Marcel Duchamp.

 1935 #7 Joan Miro.

 1936 #8 Salvador Dali,  #9 Henri Matisse.

 1937 #10 Rene Magritte. 

 1938 #11 Max Ernst.

 1939 #12 Diego Rivera,  #13 Andre Masson.

  Among the list of contributors to Minotaure : -
  Andre Breton, Pablo Picasso, Paul Eluard, Joan Miro, Marc Chagall ~>, 
  Georges Bataille, Rene Magritte, Jacques Lacan, Henri Matisse,   
  Raymond Queneau, Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray, Giorgio de Chirico, 
  Salvador Dali, Alberto Giacometti, Max Ernst, Diego Rivera, 
  Andre Masson, Balthus, Roberto Matta, Hans Bellmer, Jean Arp, Brassai,  
  Aldus Huxley ->, Kandisnky ->, Jung ->, Raoul Ubac, Jean Ferry, Michel Leiris.

 1937 winter edition included a work by Remedios Varo.
  Add to it the archeologists, sinologists, anthropologists, ethnologists, numismatists, 
  musicologists, historians, etc, etc, and the pedigree becomes overwhelming.

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