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Sandra Martínez Caballero   Yaiza Barrueco Torres         3rA Informàtica
INDEX• Definition• Features• Authors• Works
DEFINITIONIs the most important avant-garde movement ofthe interwar period, and quite possibly the mostinfluential of them...
FEATURES- Pure psychic automatism, trying to express, verbally or in  writing or otherwise, the actual process of thought....
AUTHORS-Salvador Dalí- Joan Miró- Marc Chagall- Max Ernst
Salvador Dalí• He was a painter, decorator  and writer empordanese, one  of the main representatives  of surrealism. Their...
Joan Miró• He was a Spanish Catalan  painter, sculptor, and ceramicist born in  Barcelona. A museum dedicated to his  work...
Marc Chagall• Chagall was inspired by the customs  of Belarus and played in many biblical  themes, reflecting his Jewish  ...
Max Ernst• He was a nationalized French German artist who was a  pivotal figure in Surrealism. Was characterized by the  u...
WORKS-Salvador Dalí- Joan Miró- Marc Chagall- Max Ernst- Others
Salvador DalíThe Persistence of Memory                            The Great Masturbator
Joan MiróCarnival of Harlequin                             Kissing
Marc Chagall                         SabbathThe Fiddler
Max ErnstThe Angel of Home                          Baby
Others      Vladimir KushArrival of the Flower Ship                                    René Magritte                      ...
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  1. 1. Sandra Martínez Caballero Yaiza Barrueco Torres 3rA Informàtica
  2. 2. INDEX• Definition• Features• Authors• Works
  3. 3. DEFINITIONIs the most important avant-garde movement ofthe interwar period, and quite possibly the mostinfluential of them all. It was created in1924, and around the surrealist manifest byAndrè Breton, his spiritual guide. Artisticmovements, intelectual and general culturaloriented around the pursuit of the liberation ofthe mind, emphasizing the critical and imaginativefaculties of the unconscious and the attainmentof a different state, that the truest tangiblereality and everyday reality above.
  4. 4. FEATURES- Pure psychic automatism, trying to express, verbally or in writing or otherwise, the actual process of thought. The thought, free from any control of reason, independent of moral or aesthetic concerns.- Used the irrational and unconscious as essential elements of art. Proposes to transfer images from the unconscious to the sphere of art through a mental exercise freely, without the participation of consciousness.- Surrealist techniques: Surrealist Art investigates new techniques such as frottage, the decalcomania, the grattage, the exquisite corpse or the automatic painting.- Topics: went looking for the sources of psychological repression, dreams, sexuality, ...and social. The primitive art of the poor, childrens art, the art of the mentally ill, were revalued.
  5. 5. AUTHORS-Salvador Dalí- Joan Miró- Marc Chagall- Max Ernst
  6. 6. Salvador Dalí• He was a painter, decorator and writer empordanese, one of the main representatives of surrealism. Their pictural skills he usually attributed to the influence and admiration for Renaissance art. He had the ability to forge a personal and recognizable style.
  7. 7. Joan Miró• He was a Spanish Catalan painter, sculptor, and ceramicist born in Barcelona. A museum dedicated to his work, the Fundation Joan Miró, was established in his birth city in 1975. Earning international acclaim, his work has been interpreted as surrealism, a sandbox for the subconscious mind, a re-creation of the childlike, and a manifestation of Catalan pride.
  8. 8. Marc Chagall• Chagall was inspired by the customs of Belarus and played in many biblical themes, reflecting his Jewish heritage. became involved in large projects for public spaces or important civic buildings. Chagalls work is connected with various streams of modern art. He was part of the Parisian avant-garde that preceded World War. However, his work always stays with in the limits of these movements and emerging trends, including Cubism and Fauvism.
  9. 9. Max Ernst• He was a nationalized French German artist who was a pivotal figure in Surrealism. Was characterized by the use of an extraordinary variety of techniques, styles and materials.
  10. 10. WORKS-Salvador Dalí- Joan Miró- Marc Chagall- Max Ernst- Others
  11. 11. Salvador DalíThe Persistence of Memory The Great Masturbator
  12. 12. Joan MiróCarnival of Harlequin Kissing
  13. 13. Marc Chagall SabbathThe Fiddler
  14. 14. Max ErnstThe Angel of Home Baby
  15. 15. Others Vladimir KushArrival of the Flower Ship René Magritte The two mysteries. The Impossible Art
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