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ART & the UNCONSCIOUS
Paul Klee, Twittering Machine (1922)
Marc Chagall, The Birthday, 1915
Giorgio de Chirico, Melancholy and Mystery of a Street, (1914)
SURREALISM
The purpose of surrealism is “the future
resolution of these two states, dream and
reality, which are seemingly so contrad...
Salvador Dali, The Persistence of Memory (1931)
Joan Miro, Person Throwing a Stone at a Bird (1926)
Rene Magritte, Portrait (1935)
Meret Oppenheim, Fur Breakfast (1936)
Freedom of Love
Andre Breton
. . .
My wife with shoulders of champagne
And of a fountain with dolphin-heads beneath the ic...
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Surrealism

  1. 1. ART & the UNCONSCIOUS
  2. 2. Paul Klee, Twittering Machine (1922)
  3. 3. Marc Chagall, The Birthday, 1915
  4. 4. Giorgio de Chirico, Melancholy and Mystery of a Street, (1914)
  5. 5. SURREALISM
  6. 6. The purpose of surrealism is “the future resolution of these two states, dream and reality, which are seemingly so contradictory, into a kind of absolute reality, a surreality, if one may so speak.” - Andre Breton, Manifesto of Surrealism (1924)
  7. 7. Salvador Dali, The Persistence of Memory (1931)
  8. 8. Joan Miro, Person Throwing a Stone at a Bird (1926)
  9. 9. Rene Magritte, Portrait (1935)
  10. 10. Meret Oppenheim, Fur Breakfast (1936)
  11. 11. Freedom of Love Andre Breton . . . My wife with shoulders of champagne And of a fountain with dolphin-heads beneath the ice My wife with wrists of matches My wife with fingers of luck and ace of hearts With fingers of mown hay My wife with armpits of marten and of beechnut And of Midsummer Night Of privet and of an angelfish nest With arms of seafoam and of riverlocks And of a mingling of the wheat and the mill My wife with legs of flares With the movements of clockwork and despair . . .

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