Frontispiece for Second Surrealist Manifesto  Salvador Dalí (Spanish, 1904–1989)    1930. Ink and gouache on paper

Frontispiece for Second Surrealist Manifesto, Salvador Dalí (Spanish, Ink and gouache on paper. Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Tipico prodotto dada è il ready-made (già fatti o già pronti), un prodotto ordinario tolto dall'oggetto originario e messo in mostra come opera d'arte. Quindi un'opera d'arte può essere qualsiasi cosa, quindi come conseguenza nulla è arte. L'opera dell'artista non consiste quindi nella sua abilità manuale, ma nelle idee che riesce a proporre. Infatti, il valore dei «ready-made» è solo nell'idea.

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I love the way the creator of this image had fragmented and image of a person into meaningful words and i think this image is very inspirational.

Could use words related to image. * photo of gymnast is personal to me (from: hidden identity photography.

breton manifesto 1924 - Google Search

The First Surrealist Manifesto - André Breton - Sensitive Skin Magazine

HCB FRANCE. Paris. 1968. French artist Marcel DUCHAMP and US artist MAN RAY, at Man Ray's home.

A Surrealist Photographer What do the Surrealist Manifesto and Cartier-Bresson have to do with each other?

SURREALIST ART  http://www.surrealists.co.uk/index.php

The Surrealist Manifesto by Andre Breton

Steampunk Wood Flask Poetry : I Surrender Myself by ResoluteStar

Steampunk Wood Flask Poetry : "I Surrender Myself To Those That Read Me With Their Eyes Open" Surrealist Manifesto quote

Steampunk Wood Flask Poetry : I Surrender Myself by ResoluteStar

The Surrealist Manifesto

In Le Manifeste du Surréalisme,Andre Breton defined Surrealism as "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.

Dali - Gala's Castle n 1974 Salvador Dali created a portfolio entitled “After 50 Years of Surrealism”. This portfolio serves as a documentation of important moments and events in the artist’s life, and can furthermore be seen as homage to Andre Bretón’s Surrealist Manifesto, written 50 years earlier in 1924. Bretón’s manifesto proposed a radical and systematic revision of received values, and a revaluation of the unconscious as a source of all artistic inspiration.

Dali - Gala's Castle n 1974 Salvador Dali created a portfolio entitled “After

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