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Autumn blossoms: Our 10 most anticipated art shows this fall

This season, the galleries are filled with light shows, monster rock and roll, and naked ladies
By GREG COOK  |  September 14, 2011

 5.-Double-Solitaire

"DOUBLE SOLITAIRE: THE SURREAL WORLDS OF KAY SAGE AND YVES TANGUY" | Davis Museum at Wellesley College | October 19–January 15

Sage and Tanguy liked each other's surrealist art before they met, and then liked each other when they were introduced in Europe in the late '30s. War drove the couple to Connecticut, where in side-by-side studios they painted eerie landscapes populated by melting rocks (his) and haunted architecture (hers). Seeking individual achievement, they showed together just once in their lives. Here they're finally together again.

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