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SURREALISM

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marta DEL MAYOR

on 10 October 2013

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Transcript of SURREALISM

SURREALISM
WHAT IS IT?
This art is based on creative reproduction of an object, which is transformed and enriched. It’s an alliance between painting and dancing, between plastic arts and mimetic, a wider art. From this art movement we can expect very deep changes in our arts and manners through the universal and natural joy.

WHEN WAS IT BORN?
It was born in France in 1917. Afterward it was being used in other countries like Spain and Europe in general.
WHO CREATED IT?
It was created by Andre Breton. While he was working as a doctor in hospitals he studied automatic writing, and that inspired him to create this new art.
WHY IT WAS CREATED?
The creators of this arts were expecting it to make a change in the actual art of those years.
ICONIC ARTISTS
1. RENE MAGRITE
2. GIORGIO DE CHIRICO
3. SALVADOR DALI
He was born in Belgium in 1898 and became a very well-known artist. He pretended to change the reality of his paintings
Giorgio was born in Greece in 1888. He founded the "Scoula Metafisica" in Italy. His paintings were recognized because they were really bleak.
This artist was born in Spain in 1904. He's very well-known because his paintings were shocking and dreamy. Also he was a great drawer.
Here we can see a very empty place with three clocks. The clocks are flabby, and it makes us think that time has no sense because the clocks are on no sense places.
The Persistence of Memory, Salvador Dali
The Son OF Man, Rene Magritte
In this picture we can see a man with an apple instead of face, standing up near the sea in a cloudy day. I think the artist was inspired in the original, because everyone who sees this thinks of different things, and that makes us original one from others.
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