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No 26, 01/12/2001

THE PROJECTIONS OF LUIS BUNUEL - THE BEAT OF ANDRE BRETON'S ROAD POETRY - HOW SALVADOR DALI CANNIBALISED A BRONZE HORSE AND LEONOR FINI ATE HIS PET RABBIT - PLUS AN EXQUISITE CORPSE BY ANTONY GORMLEY - DEPARTMENTS - UPFRONT - WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE ART WORLD THIS AUTUMN - POLITICIANS ON AN ART ATTACK IN WARSAW - A LYNCH MOB IN TOULOUSE - OXBRIDGE GOES BRAZILIAN - ST PETERSBURG REBUILDS THE EIGHT WONDER OF THE WORLD - AND WHY VEGAS IS THE NEW BABYLON - PLUS A PROFILE OF TURNER PRIZE NOMINEE MIKE NELSON - FRAMED - DAVID BATCHELOR ON THE UNDER-RATED COLOUR WORK OF DAN FLAVIN - INSIGHT - ANNA C CHAVE ON THE EMASCULATION OF MINIMALISM - PAUL BONAVENTURA SCRUTINISES THE USE OF IMAGES AS HISTORICAL EVIDENCE - PLUS AN EYEWITNESS ACCOUNT OF JEREMY DELLER'S BATTLE OF ORGREAVE' AND HANS BELLMER - THE ANATOMY OF ANXIETY ON THE COUCH - IN MEMORIAM - THE LAST RECORDED INTERVIEW WITH THE LATE DAVID SYLVESTER - FEATURES - SURREALISM SEX AND DESIRE - AN EXTENDED SECTION EXPLORING THE CREATIVE EMOTIONAL AND SEXUAL DESIRE UNDERPINNING ONE OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY'S MOST INFLUENTIAL MOVEMENTS - DAVID HOPKINS LOOKS AT THE POTENT NATURE OF MALE SEXUALITY IN SURREALIST ART - PETER WILLIAM EVANS DISSECTS THE FILMS OF BUNUEL - MARY ANN CAWS ANALYSES THE POETRY OF BRETON - JASON ROSENTHAL REVEALS A HIDDEN SOURCE FOR DALI'S AUTUMNAL CANNIBALISM' - AND ARTISTS FROM JAMES ROSENQUIST TO MAURIZIO CATTELAN EXPLAIN WHAT SURREALISM MEANS TO THEM - THE SURREAL LIFE OF LEONOR FINI - IN AN INTERVIEW WITH PETER WEBB CONDUCTED UP TO HER DEATH IN 1996 ONE OF THE LAST SURREALISTS TALKS ABOUT ART DESIRE AND EATING DALI'S PET RABBIT - EXQUISITE CORPSE 2001 - A SPECIAL PROJECT FOR TATE BY ANTONY GORMLEY - ANIMAL RIGHTS AND WRONGS - FROM DEAD SHARKS TO LIVE HORSES WITH THE ODD MUTATED RABBIT ANIMALS LOOM LARGE IN CONTEMPORARY ART - STEVE BAKER WRESTLES WITH THE COMPLEX MORAL AND AESTHETIC ISSUES WHEN CREATORS AND CREATURES COME TOGETHER - CHAOS THEORY - WITH BACON'S STUDIO RECONSTRUCTED IN DUBLIN AND BRANCUSI'S NOW AN ANNEX TO THE POMPIDOU IN PARIS - CHRIS TURNER LOOKS AT WHAT CAN BE LEARNED FROM THE ENSHRINED SPACES IN WHICH ARTISTS ONCE WORKED - THE ATROCITY EXHIBITION - CONTRIBUTIONS

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