Most folks who have taken an Art History 101 class in the past 15 years are familiar with Frida Kahlo. Fewer, however, have heard of the remarkable Spanish woman who became one of the foremost surrealist artists of Mexico. "The Magic of Remedios Varo" is aptly titled. Partway between surrealist and symbolist, and definitely in a class by herself, the paintings of the Spanish-born Mexican depict a world that only partially intersects the external four dimensions of objective reality that we all share. Softcover, 151 pages.