SURREALISMSteve LinVinci ChenGabe Martino
Dadaism• Surrealism split from  Dadaism during WWI• Anti-War• Split • Communist - Surrealist • Anarchist – Dadaist        ...
Comparison            Dada                        SurrealismHöch Cut With the Kitchen Knife   Triumph Over Surrealism     ...
Guillaume Apollinaire                 • Coined the term                  “surrealism”                  • Las Mamelles de  ...
André Breton               • 1896-1966               • Founded                 Surrealism               • October 11, 1924...
Manifestó de Surréalisme• 1924-1966• Sur-Realism = Beyond-Realism• Provided Definition and Examples• Delineated Goals of S...
Les Champs Magnétiques• First Surrealist Piece  • 1919• Authors:  • André Breton  • Philippe Soupault• Non-Sensical• Accou...
Joan Miró• Catalan Painter and  Sculptor• 1893 – 1983• Symbolic Art • Internal Images• Relational Pictorial  Space• Bold +...
The Catalan Landscape   Joan Miró - 1924
Woman and Birds  Joan Miró
MAN RAYAugust 27, 1890 – November 18, 1976
Forms of Art• Cubism• Dadaism• Ready Made’s• Surrealism• Photography
Gift-1921• “Surrealist objects”• Cultural restraints• Ready made• Dadaism• Re-evaluate
Object to be Destroyed1923• Surrealist object• Symbolic meaning• Time• Destruction
Major Influences• Alfred Stieglitz- photography                   Marcel Duchamp- Dadaism
Photography• “Dada can not live in New York. All New York  is dada, and will not tolerate a rival”.• Photographer for famo...
Rayographs• Combination interest in abstractionism and  minimalism• Photographs• Light• objects
Surrealism Concepts•   Distorted objects•   Cooler colors•   Real objects•   Abstruse contexts•   Dreams vs. Reality•   Un...
SALVADOR DALIBorn: May 11, 1904Died: Janurary 23, 1989Was involved in many formsof art: Painting, Sculpting,Drawing, Writi...
Salvador Dali and the movement“ The most important things that can happen to any painter  in our time are these: 1 to be S...
Three Sphinxes of Bikinis
Shirley Temple, The Youngest, MostSacred Monster of the Cinema in HerTime
Venus de Milo with drawers• Many Ideas in some of Dali’s physical works such as sculptures used contrasting ideas to draw ...
Hallucination Partielle
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  • Negative.
  • Hannah Hoch
  • In response to the technology that is evolving. He was very optimistic about the current world that they were living in. There was a new modern lifestyle that was taking over the world and he wanted to contribute to the society. He coined the term surrealism in response to the new technology that was evolving. He believed all things, including art, should be spontaneous and surprise because those are the type of things that spark imagination and innovation.Telephone, Telegraph, Cinema, Automobiles, Airplanes
  • Surrealism lasted from 1924-1966Freud"Psychic automatism in its pure state, by which one proposes to express -- verbally, by means of the written word, or in any other manner -- the actual functioning of thought. Dictated by the thought, in the absence of any control exercised by reason, exempt from any aesthetic or moral concern.““There is a man cut in two by the window.”Aesthetics was unimportant.
  • Divisions in Chapters were where the authors had to go to sleep.A great bronze boulevard is the shortest road. Magical squares do not make good stopping places. Walk slowly and carefully; after a few hours you can see the pretty nose-bleed bush. The panorama of consumptives lights up. You can hear every footfall of the underground travelers. And yet the most ordinary silence reigns in these narrow places. A traveler stops, changing expression. Wondering, he approaches the colored bush. Without doubt he wants to pick it but all he can do is shake hands with another traveler who is covered with stolen jewels. Their eyes exchange sulphurous sounds like the murmuring of a dry moon, but a glance disperses the most wonderful meetings. No one could recognize the pale-faced travelers.
  • First to bring painted art to surrealism
  • Surrealism

    1. 1. SURREALISMSteve LinVinci ChenGabe Martino
    2. 2. Dadaism• Surrealism split from Dadaism during WWI• Anti-War• Split • Communist - Surrealist • Anarchist – Dadaist Nude Descending a Staircase Duchamp - 1913
    3. 3. Comparison Dada SurrealismHöch Cut With the Kitchen Knife Triumph Over Surrealism Hannah Höch - 1919 Max Ernst - 1937
    4. 4. Guillaume Apollinaire • Coined the term “surrealism” • Las Mamelles de Tirésias • “New Spirit” • Theatre • Key Aspects • Surprise • Imagination • Invention
    5. 5. André Breton • 1896-1966 • Founded Surrealism • October 11, 1924 • Manifestó de Surréalisme
    6. 6. Manifestó de Surréalisme• 1924-1966• Sur-Realism = Beyond-Realism• Provided Definition and Examples• Delineated Goals of Surrealism • Automatism • Imagination • Distinct Poles/Aspects
    7. 7. Les Champs Magnétiques• First Surrealist Piece • 1919• Authors: • André Breton • Philippe Soupault• Non-Sensical• Accounts of Dreams• No Plot
    8. 8. Joan Miró• Catalan Painter and Sculptor• 1893 – 1983• Symbolic Art • Internal Images• Relational Pictorial Space• Bold + Expressive• Numerous Types of Art
    9. 9. The Catalan Landscape Joan Miró - 1924
    10. 10. Woman and Birds Joan Miró
    11. 11. MAN RAYAugust 27, 1890 – November 18, 1976
    12. 12. Forms of Art• Cubism• Dadaism• Ready Made’s• Surrealism• Photography
    13. 13. Gift-1921• “Surrealist objects”• Cultural restraints• Ready made• Dadaism• Re-evaluate
    14. 14. Object to be Destroyed1923• Surrealist object• Symbolic meaning• Time• Destruction
    15. 15. Major Influences• Alfred Stieglitz- photography Marcel Duchamp- Dadaism
    16. 16. Photography• “Dada can not live in New York. All New York is dada, and will not tolerate a rival”.• Photographer for famous artists in Paris• Interest in minimalism and abstractionism• rayographs
    17. 17. Rayographs• Combination interest in abstractionism and minimalism• Photographs• Light• objects
    18. 18. Surrealism Concepts• Distorted objects• Cooler colors• Real objects• Abstruse contexts• Dreams vs. Reality• Unconscious• Sigmund Freud
    19. 19. SALVADOR DALIBorn: May 11, 1904Died: Janurary 23, 1989Was involved in many formsof art: Painting, Sculpting,Drawing, Writing, and Film.He studied at the SanFernando School of Fine Artsout in Madrid
    20. 20. Salvador Dali and the movement“ The most important things that can happen to any painter in our time are these: 1 to be Spanish. 2 to be called Salvador Dali.”A Few Things about Dali• Dali was from a young age very enamurated with art• Many of his works contain secual references• He compared to many of surrealists of the time was not involved with communist ideas.• Later in his life, he became a Catholic and decreed he had finished his work with surrealism
    21. 21. Three Sphinxes of Bikinis
    22. 22. Shirley Temple, The Youngest, MostSacred Monster of the Cinema in HerTime
    23. 23. Venus de Milo with drawers• Many Ideas in some of Dali’s physical works such as sculptures used contrasting ideas to draw emphasis.• He added many times a sexual twist to an otherwise plain object or work
    24. 24. Hallucination Partielle

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