Dora Maar, More than a Surrealist Muse
The Centre Pompidou's Dora Maar honors Picasso’s famous muse for the pivotal part she clearly, and often daringly, played in the establishment of the European avant-garde.
Dora Maar: how Picasso's weeping woman had the last laugh
History remembers her as Picasso’s muse but Maar was an unflinching artist who infiltrated the surrealists’ boys club – and helped paint Guernica
A Collection of Photos by Dora Maar (1907-1997)
The Surrealist photographer Dora Maar (1907-1997) is better known as Picasso’s dark-haired model, muse and companion in the late 1930s than for her astonishing works, although she was an arti…
The Voraciousness and Oddity of Dora Maar’s Pictures
Brian Dillon on work of the the Surrealist photographer Dora Maar, who had a relationship with the artist Pablo Picasso and documented the painting of “Guernica.”
Dora Maar | Untitled (ca. 1940) | Artsy
From San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) , Dora Maar, Untitled (ca. 1940), Gelatin silver print, 8 1/2 × 10 1/2 in
Dora Maar review – restless experimenter who fascinates and surprises
Surrealism, erotica, photojournalism and acid: in this beautifully curated show, Dora Maar’s creativity far outweighs her relationship with Picasso
Seven Things to Know: Dora Maar
Dora Maar was an artist who lived for almost all the twentieth century. Today, she is mainly known for being the muse for Picasso’s Weeping Woman. However, Maar’s work was radical, political and innovative in its own right. She inspired photographers, the surrealists and Picasso himself. Explore the extraordinary life and career of this painter and photographer.
Dora Maar — AWARE Women artists / Femmes artistes
Dora Maar is mostly remembered as Picasso’s muse and lover, but his portrait of her as the Weeping Woman, bordering on madness, detracts from her singular work as a prominent photographer of the surrealist movement. Henriette Théodora Markovitch was born to a French mother and...
Seven female artists who subverted surrealism
Even though history celebrates male surrealists, it was the women who gave the movement its truly conceptual charge
‘A Portrait of Dora Maar at Her Beautiful and Noble Best’ | Pablo Picasso's 'Femme dans un fauteuil'
From the time of their auspicious meeting in 1935 to the dissolution of their relationship some 10 years later, Surrealist photographer and painter Dora Maar...
Las artistas y escritoras que lograron ser consideradas surrealistas (pese a ser mujeres)
Breton, Dalí, Buñuel o Man Ray son algunos de los nombres que hace casi un siglo se ligaron a la corriente surrealista que desde entonces abanderaron junto a otros artistas. Todos, varones. Ni Claude Cohun, Leonora Carrignton o Germaine Dulac llegaron a alcanzar tal distinción, al menos en aquellos
photos by Irving Penn
Isabella Rossellini John Updike Rudolf Nureyev Yves Saint Laurent Truman Capote Ingmar Bergman Jean Cocteau Al Pacino Martin Scorsese Ingmar Bergman Leontyne Price Miles Davis Marc Jacobs Alberto Giacometti Joan Didion Francis Bacon Louis Jouvet Dora Maar Philip Seymour Hoffman Pablo Picasso Audrey…