Meret Oppenheim - Gedankenspiegel / Mirrors of the MindMeret Oppenheim (1913–1985) ranks among the most intriguing and influential exponents of surrealism. Iconic as a photographic subject and influential as a creator of iconic objects, Oppenheim was both artist and muse, and was uniquely liberated in both roles. In celebration of the centennial of her birth, Mirrors of the Mind looks at Oppenheim’s singular position as maker and subject of art through numerous sculptures, prints, paintings and photographs. From the iconic "Object in Fur" to lesser-known pieces, Oppenheim’s consistently poetical and humorous work continues to find resonance in contemporary art through its candor and economy of means. This substantial, handsomely designed monograph shows the artist to have been an inspirational figure in her own era--for artists such as Man Ray, Picasso and Max Ernst--as well as an important feminist artist.Catalogue is born from a project by ARTOMA, Kunst- und Kulturmanagement, Hamburg/ Art and Cultural ManagementPublished in 2013Hardcover, boundPages 216Languages: German/ EnglishEdited by Thomas LevyTexts: Simon Baur, Belinda Grace Gardner, Christian Walda, Werner Spies and Lisa WengerGraphic design: Claas Möller, claasbooks.de, HamburgKerber publishersISBN 978-3-86678-843-5Näyttely EMMAssa 14.2.-12.8.2018 / The exhibition Meret Oppenheim -Mirrors of the Mind in EMMA/ 14.2.2018 to 12.8.2018.