In the context of the avant-gardes of the 1920s, surrealism emerged, an artistic and literary movement that expressed the thoughts of the unconscious. Strongly influenced by the psychoanalytic theories of psychologist Sigmund Freud, in 1924, André Breton wrote the Surrealist Manifesto. The irrational, dreams and madness become the main theme of surrealist artistic production. Surrealist artists believed that art could reveal profound truths about the human mind and reality, and that ... ver mais