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Surrealism 1924 – 1950s (between World Wars I & II). Surrealism is a 20th-century art movement that attempted to express the workings of the subconscious. Surrealism. unexpected or irrational objects in an atmosphere of fantasy, imagery from dreams and the subconscious,

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surrealism 1924 1950s between world wars i ii
Surrealism 1924 – 1950s (between World Wars I & II)

Surrealism is a 20th-century art movement that attempted to express the workings of the subconscious.

surrealism
Surrealism
  • unexpected or irrational objects in an atmosphere of fantasy,
  • imagery from dreams and the subconscious,
  • often distorting forms of ordinary objects or placing them in new contexts.
jerry uelsmann well known surreal photographer

Jerry Uelsmann: well known surreal photographer

Made entirely in the darkroom, Uelsmanncreates his surreal photographs in a series of steps, masking and exposing different areas of photosensitive paper as he changes negatives.

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Created by having several negatives in different enlargers and moving the photo paper from one to the other, "dodging" and "burning" sections of the images to create a seamless, flawless single print.

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Rene Magritte(mag-REET)(1898-1967)

Rene Magritte,The Son of Man, 1964.

surrealistic techniques
Surrealistic Techniques

“How to make the ordinary look extraordinary”

scale
Scale

When an object is very small or very large in comparison to it's environment.

levitation
Levitation

Floating objects that don’t normally float

repetition
Repetition

Repeating an element in a pattern.

metamorphosis
Metamorphosis

Change or Transformation of one thing into another.

dislocation
Dislocation

Taking objects from their usual locations and placing them in unfamiliar ones.

surrealism review
Surrealism Review
  • What is Surrealism
  • What does Surrealist Art look like?
  • What elements and symbols are common in it?