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Carrington's relationship with Max Ernst is possibly the most poignant and heartbreaking in this biography. She was not Ernst's first wife nor would she be his last; she was, however, one of the great loves of his life. If she was his "muse," he, in turn, being so much older than Leonora, served the very important function of helping her escape her parents and their expectations of her, getting her out of her house and away from her family, to whom she would never permanently return. She was already interested in painting when she met Ernst, and was in the process of developing her own unique style, one that would be deeply influenced by her involvement with Ernst and the Surrealists.
Through a series of wartime and family intrigues, that Moorhead describes as worthy of the movie Casablanca, Carrington ended up going to France and then to Spain after Ernst's arrest and her own nervous breakdown. She then prepared to travel to America. As she waited in Barcelona to get word on her travel, she encountered Ernst, who had been released from jail and had returned to their home only to find that she had sold it, having no word about Ernst or his whereabouts. She traveled to America with Ernst, who had become involved with Peggy Guggenheim. They spent time together in New York, but when Guggenheim and Ernst traveled to California, Carrington left New York for Mexico with the man who agreed to get her out of Spain in the first place, Renato Leduc, Carrington's "romantic" second husband, a diplomat who had fought in the Mexican Civil War with Pancho Villa.
Shortly after they moved to Mexico, the couple went their separate ways. In her description of Carrington's short story, "The Bird Superior," Moorhead offers this interpretation of her relationship to Ernst and the way that it ended: What they have given one another, what they have done for one another, is woven into the very fabric of their beings. But their moment in time is over. The dancing, coupling horses have separated. While she met and occasionally kept company with Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo, they travelled in largely separate circles than she did.
However, it was with Hungarian artist Kati Horna and Remedios Varo of Loo,ing, fellow ex-pats from Europe, with possiblh Carrington would maintain lifelong relationships. Inthere was an exhibition of all three women in England, organized with help from Moorhead, entitled Surreal Friends. She and Chiki had two sons, Gabriel and Pablo, who ij the Lokoing loves of Carrington's life. She once said "I paint. She had told a friend of hers that "she did not miss Chiki and was not planning to return to Mexico. Like many men in her life, she loved Chiki, but did not always feel a need to have him around.
There was a great stir recently when feminist art historian Whitney Chadwick claimed that Leonora was not a Surrealist. In contrast, throughout this book, Moorhead never hesitates to call her cousin a Surrealist. Removing women from the movements with which they were affiliated, whether one is trying to "liberate" them or obliterate them, has exactly the same effect: It makes women in those movements seem even more peripheral and more invisible than ever.
The Surreal Life of Leonora Carrington
And yet, there was an exchange between Carrington and Moorhead about The Manifestos of Surrealism, by Andre Breton, about which Carrington later sent a note back to Moorhead written backwards, so that it had to be read in a mirror, a practice that was apparently common with her: In describing the painting "The Inn of the Dark Horse," Moorhead states that "this is not the painting of a muse, and nor is it the work of a handmaiden. This is the work of a rebel. In fact, after meeting her cousin, Moorhead wrote that "seven decades on, [Leonora was] still producing art and still championing Surrealism. The only critic mentioned by name, Chadwick is a kind of representative for all feminist art critics, with whom Leonora would not have had much patience nor interest.
Not that Carrington was not feminist.