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Justin Diaz

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Transcript of SURREALISM

Avante-Garde art movement (avante-garde means new, unusual, experimental
centered in Paris
founded by French poet Andre Breton
influenced by Sigmund Freud and his idea that dreams show the subconscious mind.
Painted "Persistence of Memory" in 1931
called his paintings "hand-painted dream photographs."

Rene Magritte
Belgian painter
Interested in combining image and text
painted scenes that were both simple and mysterious
Persistence of Memory
The Burning Giraffe
The Son of Man
The Treachery of Images
Max Ernst
The Fireside Angel or
The Triumph of Surrealism
Frida Kahlo
Without Hope
Frida Kahlo
The Wounded Deer
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wanted to emphasize the subconcious mind, and that dreams were a "Royal Road" to the subconcious
incorporated chance and spontaneity
Emphasis on the mysterious, mythological and irrational
“Surrealism is destructive, but it destroys only what it considers to be shackles limiting our vision.”
-Salvador Dalí
Inventions of the Monsters
The Lovers
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