SURREALISM
SURREALISM, n. Psychic automatism in its pure state, bywhich one proposes to express—verbally, by means of thewritten word...
Andre Breton
I have always been amazed atthe way an ordinary observerlends so much more credenceand attaches so much moreimportance to ...
Man Ray
I believe that truthhas only one face:that of a violentcontradiction.                       Georges Bataille
Georges Bataille
Exquisite Corpse drawing
Arthur Rimbaud and the Comte de Lautreamont
Jean Arp
Jean Arp – Shirt Front and Fork
Jean Arp – Head with Three Annoying Objects
Max Ernst – Two Children Threatened by a Nightingale
Max Ernst – The Horde
Max Ernst – Europe After the Rain
Max Ernst Surrealism and Painting
Joan Miro
For me an object issomething living.This cigarette or thisbox of matchescontains a secret lifemuch more intensethan that o...
Joan Miro
Joan Miro
Joan Miro
Joan Miro
Joan Miro
Joan Miro “Object”
Joan Miro “Poetess”
Andre Masson - Pasiphae
Yves Tanguy – Mama, Papa is Wounded
Salvador Dali
Each morning when Iawake, I experienceagain a supremepleasure - that ofbeing Salvador Dali.               Salvador Dali
I dont dodrugs. I amdrugs.              Salvador Dali
Salvador Dali
Salvador Dali – Accomodations of Desire
Salvador Dali – Accomodations of Desire
Salvador Dali – Gala contemplating the sea….
Rene Magritte
Rene Magritte – The Human Condition
Rene Magritte – The Rape
Meret Oppenheim - Object
Claude Cahun
Claude Cahun
Claude Cahun
Pablo Picasso
Alberto Giacometti
Alberto Giacometti
Alberto Giacometti
Alberto Giacometti
AMERICAN ART BEFORE WWII
THE EIGHT
The Ashcan School
Robert Henri
Robert Henri
Robert Henri
John Sloan
John Sloan
Alfred Stieglitz
"Photography is not an art. Neitheris painting, nor sculpture,literature or music. They are onlydifferent media for the in...
Alfred Stieglitz
Alfred Stieglitz
Alfred Stieglitz
Alfred Stieglitz
Gallery 291
Edward Steichen
Marsden Hartley
Charles Demuth
Eugene Speicher
“It doesn’t matterwhat you do [in artschool]. I’m going tobecome a greatpainter and you’re justgoing to end upteaching art...
“I feel there issomethingunexplored aboutwoman that only awoman canexplore.”           Georgia O’Keeffe
Georgia O’Keeffe
Georgia O’Keeffe
Georgia O’Keeffe
Georgia O’Keeffe
Georgia O’Keeffe
HARLEMRENAISSANCE
The Armory Show
James Van Der Zee
James Van Der Zee
AMERICANREGIONALISM
Thomas Hart    Benton
Thomas Hart    Benton
Thomas Hart    Benton
Grant Wood
Grant Wood
Edward Hopper
Edward Hopper
Romare Bearden
Romare Bearden
Jacob Lawrence
Ben Shahn
Ben Shahn
Ben Shahn
Dorothea Lange
Weegee
Weegee
“July 13, 1954 was the  most tragic day of my  life. I had lost my  beloved Frida forever. To  late now I realized that  t...
Diego Rivera
Diego Rivera
Diego Rivera
Diego Rivera
Frida Kahlo
“There have beentwo great accidentsin my life. One wasthe trolley, and theother was Diego.Diego was by far theworst.”     ...
Frida Kahlo
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  1. 1. SURREALISM
  2. 2. SURREALISM, n. Psychic automatism in its pure state, bywhich one proposes to express—verbally, by means of thewritten word, or in any other manner—the actualfunctioning of thought. Dictated by thought, in theabsence of any control exercised by reason, exempt fromany aesthetic or moral concern.
  3. 3. Andre Breton
  4. 4. I have always been amazed atthe way an ordinary observerlends so much more credenceand attaches so much moreimportance to waking eventsthan to those occurring indreams... Man... is above allthe plaything of his memory. Andre Breton
  5. 5. Man Ray
  6. 6. I believe that truthhas only one face:that of a violentcontradiction. Georges Bataille
  7. 7. Georges Bataille
  8. 8. Exquisite Corpse drawing
  9. 9. Arthur Rimbaud and the Comte de Lautreamont
  10. 10. Jean Arp
  11. 11. Jean Arp – Shirt Front and Fork
  12. 12. Jean Arp – Head with Three Annoying Objects
  13. 13. Max Ernst – Two Children Threatened by a Nightingale
  14. 14. Max Ernst – The Horde
  15. 15. Max Ernst – Europe After the Rain
  16. 16. Max Ernst Surrealism and Painting
  17. 17. Joan Miro
  18. 18. For me an object issomething living.This cigarette or thisbox of matchescontains a secret lifemuch more intensethan that of certainhuman beings. Joan Miro
  19. 19. Joan Miro
  20. 20. Joan Miro
  21. 21. Joan Miro
  22. 22. Joan Miro
  23. 23. Joan Miro
  24. 24. Joan Miro “Object”
  25. 25. Joan Miro “Poetess”
  26. 26. Andre Masson - Pasiphae
  27. 27. Yves Tanguy – Mama, Papa is Wounded
  28. 28. Salvador Dali
  29. 29. Each morning when Iawake, I experienceagain a supremepleasure - that ofbeing Salvador Dali. Salvador Dali
  30. 30. I dont dodrugs. I amdrugs. Salvador Dali
  31. 31. Salvador Dali
  32. 32. Salvador Dali – Accomodations of Desire
  33. 33. Salvador Dali – Accomodations of Desire
  34. 34. Salvador Dali – Gala contemplating the sea….
  35. 35. Rene Magritte
  36. 36. Rene Magritte – The Human Condition
  37. 37. Rene Magritte – The Rape
  38. 38. Meret Oppenheim - Object
  39. 39. Claude Cahun
  40. 40. Claude Cahun
  41. 41. Claude Cahun
  42. 42. Pablo Picasso
  43. 43. Alberto Giacometti
  44. 44. Alberto Giacometti
  45. 45. Alberto Giacometti
  46. 46. Alberto Giacometti
  47. 47. AMERICAN ART BEFORE WWII
  48. 48. THE EIGHT
  49. 49. The Ashcan School
  50. 50. Robert Henri
  51. 51. Robert Henri
  52. 52. Robert Henri
  53. 53. John Sloan
  54. 54. John Sloan
  55. 55. Alfred Stieglitz
  56. 56. "Photography is not an art. Neitheris painting, nor sculpture,literature or music. They are onlydifferent media for the individualto express his aesthetic feelings…You do not have to be a painter ora sculptor to be an artist. You maybe a shoemaker. You may becreative as such. And, if so, you area greater artist than the majorityof the painters whose work isshown in the art galleries oftoday." Alfred Stieglitz
  57. 57. Alfred Stieglitz
  58. 58. Alfred Stieglitz
  59. 59. Alfred Stieglitz
  60. 60. Alfred Stieglitz
  61. 61. Gallery 291
  62. 62. Edward Steichen
  63. 63. Marsden Hartley
  64. 64. Charles Demuth
  65. 65. Eugene Speicher
  66. 66. “It doesn’t matterwhat you do [in artschool]. I’m going tobecome a greatpainter and you’re justgoing to end upteaching art in somegirl’s school.” Eugene Speicher
  67. 67. “I feel there issomethingunexplored aboutwoman that only awoman canexplore.” Georgia O’Keeffe
  68. 68. Georgia O’Keeffe
  69. 69. Georgia O’Keeffe
  70. 70. Georgia O’Keeffe
  71. 71. Georgia O’Keeffe
  72. 72. Georgia O’Keeffe
  73. 73. HARLEMRENAISSANCE
  74. 74. The Armory Show
  75. 75. James Van Der Zee
  76. 76. James Van Der Zee
  77. 77. AMERICANREGIONALISM
  78. 78. Thomas Hart Benton
  79. 79. Thomas Hart Benton
  80. 80. Thomas Hart Benton
  81. 81. Grant Wood
  82. 82. Grant Wood
  83. 83. Edward Hopper
  84. 84. Edward Hopper
  85. 85. Romare Bearden
  86. 86. Romare Bearden
  87. 87. Jacob Lawrence
  88. 88. Ben Shahn
  89. 89. Ben Shahn
  90. 90. Ben Shahn
  91. 91. Dorothea Lange
  92. 92. Weegee
  93. 93. Weegee
  94. 94. “July 13, 1954 was the most tragic day of my life. I had lost my beloved Frida forever. To late now I realized that the most wonderful part of my life had been my love for Frida.”Diego Rivera
  95. 95. Diego Rivera
  96. 96. Diego Rivera
  97. 97. Diego Rivera
  98. 98. Diego Rivera
  99. 99. Frida Kahlo
  100. 100. “There have beentwo great accidentsin my life. One wasthe trolley, and theother was Diego.Diego was by far theworst.” Frida Kahlo
  101. 101. Frida Kahlo
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