lunes, 24 de octubre de 2011

Algunas "surrealidades" - Man Ray y otros...

Die Surrealisten, 1930. © Man Ray Trust, Paris / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2008
Die Surrealisten, 1930. © Man Ray
De gauche à droite : Tristan Tzara, Paul Eluard, Andre Breton, Hans Arp, Salvador Dali, Yves Tanguy, Max Ernst, Rene Crevel, Man Ray

Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968), Autour d'une table 1917, Photograph
Francis Picabia, Portrait de femme aux allumettes, No 1 (circa 1923-1925)
Paul Klee, 'Abstract Trio' 1923, Watercolor and transferred printing ink on paper
 Man Ray, Gift 1921 (Object)

Man Ray, Le violon d'Ingres (Kiki) 1924, Gelatin silver photograph
Man Ray, Electricity - Lee Miller 1931 (Rayograph)
René Magritte, La Découverte 1927
René Magritte, The False Mirror 1928
Meret Oppenheim, Le Déjeuner en Fourrure (Object) 1936
Man Ray; Noire et Blanche, 1936. © Man Ray Trust, Paris / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2008
Noire et Blanche, 1936. © Man Ray Trust, Paris
Francis Picabia, to provoke an unexpected discovery
Paul Klee, one eye
Paul Klee (1879-1940) Swiss-born painter and graphic artist

"Color possesses me... forever, I know. Color and I are one. I am a painter."

"A line is a dot that goes for a walk."

"I paint… so that I may not cry."
Man Ray, ambivalence of the senses
Man Ray (1890-1976) American artist, painter, object maker, sculptor, filmmaker, and photographer
"The streets are full of admirable craftsmen, but so few practical dreamers."
"It has never been my object to record my dreams, just the determination to realize them."
Man Ray, playing with the conventions of signs
The model on the photograph is Kiki, 'Queen of Montparnasse'. As an artist, model, cabaret singer, and personality, Kiki was the symbol of bohemian and creative Paris during 'les années folles'.
Man Ray, traces of sensory energy
"I paint what I cannot photograph, and I photograph what I cannot paint."

"Of course, there will always be those who look only at technique, who ask 'how', while others of a more curious nature will ask 'why'. Personally, I have always preferred inspiration to information."
René Magritte, and the impossible
René Magritte (1898-1967) Belgian Surrealist painter

"Everything we see hides another thing, we always want to see what is hidden by what we see."

"Only thought can resemble. It resembles by being what it sees, hears, or knows; it becomes what the world offers it."
René Magritte, the freedom of thought
Statements"Art evokes the mystery without which the world would not exist."

"If the dream is a translation of waking life, waking life is also a translation of the dream."
Meret Oppenheim, report from the unconscious
Meret Oppenheim (1913-1985) German-Swiss painter and sculptor

"For women, the implications are that they have to live their own female life as well as the female life that men project on them. Thus, they are woman two times. That's too much."

"Freedom is something you take, you never get it for free!"

"Imagination is the landscape in which the artist goes for a walk."
Fotograf und Maler.

 / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2008

Man Ray einmal gesagt.

Kleiderständer, 1920. © Man Ray Trust, Paris / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2008

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