The work of the Brazilian sculptor Maria Martins (1894-1973) was for several decades completely marginalized in accounts of Surrealism, despite her prominent role in the movement during the 1940s, when her sculpture was included in several Surrealist exhibitions and publications.

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    Journal of Surrealism and the Americas Vol. 8 No. 1 (2014): 74-89.

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