Massurrealism

“I don’t claim to know why I create what I create. I only create the dream; I do not interpret the dream. Interpretation is in the eye of the beholder, the thinker. I, personally, would never want to ‘interpret out’ the true sense of humor in our hubris.” –Philip Kocsis


Massurrealism

“Massurrealism” is a portmanteau word coined in 1992 by American artist James Seehafer, who described a trend among some postmodern artists that mix the aesthetic styles and themes of surrealism and mass media—including pop art.

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Massurrealism.org is the official archive of Massurrealist Art. The Museum for Massurrealist Art opened in 2012 from Berlin Germany. Since then, there are have been many Facebook based sites dedicated solely to Massurrealism and the Massurrealist artists. One of the more important of these can be found at The Museum for Massurrealist Art.

In 2015, I had an exhibit at the Museum of Massurrealist Art. A slideshow of the exhibit is available for viewing. These include art pieces created for this exhibit over the 2 year period (2013-2014). See it here and “like” the images – please leave comments on what you think. See it here and “like” the images – please leave comments on what you think. See it here and “like” the images – please leave comments on what you think.

 

Seehafer, James / Morris, Michael / Kocsis, Phillip (2013).
Three Essays About Massurrealism. Princeton: University Plaza Press. ISBN 9780991246106.