Art & the Unconscious Mind

0

DORA MAAR, LE SIMULATEUR

Dora Maar Le Simulateur (The Pretender), 1936

0

HAND AND SHELL BY DORA MAAR

Dora Maar (aka Henriette Theodora Markovitch) Sans Titre (Main-Coquillage), Untitled (Hand and Shell), 1934

0

EMILA MEDKOVA, EYES

Emila Medkova, Eyes, 1965 Emila Medková, née Emila Tláskalová (19 November 1928 – 19 September 1985) was a Czech photographer, one of the important exponents of the Czech art photography in the second half of the 20th century. Her work was influenced by Surrealism. She was the wife of painter Mikuláš Medek. (Source Wikipedia)

0

SALVADOR DALI

Salvador Dali at the Surrealist exhibition Paris, 1938 Denise Bellon (1902-1999)

0

CLAUDE CAHUN – JACQUELINE LAMBA

Jacqueline Lamba, 1939 Claude Cahun www.moniquespassions.com

0

MAN RAY – PORTRAIT OF DORA MAAR

Man Ray, Portrait of Dora Maar, 1936

0

JEAN COCTEAU ~ A SURREAL THOUGHT

“Mirrors should think longer before they reflect.” ― Jean Cocteau Jean Cocteau (1889-1963) 1955 in his apartment

0

GIORGIO DE CHIRICO ~ THE MYSTERY OF OUR MINDS

“Although the dream is a very strange phenomenon and an inexplicable mystery, far more inexplicable is the mystery and aspect our minds confer on certain objects and aspects of life.” Giorgio de Chirico Painting is by Giorgio de Chirico, Melancolia, 1912

1

GIORGIO MORANDI ~ CONSCIOUSNESS, UNCONSCIOUSNESS…

I believe that nothing can be more abstract, more unreal, than what we actually see. We know that… the objective world… never really exists as we see and understand it… has no intrinsic meaning of its own, such as the meanings that we attach to it. Giorgio Morandi  (1890 – 1964) Giorgio Morandi Natura Morta, 1929

0

JULES BRASSAI ~ ON THE EXTRAORDINARY

“I don’t invent anything. I imagine everything… most of the time, I have drawn my images from the daily life around me. I think that it is by capturing reality in the humblest, most sincere, most everyday way I can, that I can penetrate to the extraordinary.” Jules Brassai

Page 1 of 1212345»10...»
  • RSS
  • Facebook
  • Google+
  • LinkedIn
  • Twitter
  • YouTube
  • Pinterest
  • Slider