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Holy shit, this Kevin Wada variant cover
Tammam Azzam, Freedom graffiti
‘Kiss by Klimt’ painted on the remains of a building hit by bombs and bullets.
A 1956 Pontiac Dream Car, Club de Mer
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I’ll wait for you here.
Photo by crepusculu
Rage for Color, Look, October 15th, 1958
The Enigma of the Arrival and the Afternoon by Giorgio de Chirico, 1912. Oil on canvas, 27 ½ x 34 inches.
Although it is basically impossible to remember, it is true that de Chirico pre-dates Surrealism by about two decades. Which is why I don’t find the formal start date, coinciding with Breton’s Manifeste du Surréalisme (1924), to be all that useful. For the surreal experience, the art is only a catalyst for the mind.
Plus, Breton, Dalí, and all the rest would think it very silly of us to put a start date on surrealism. It’s been happening as long as there have been people.
Furthermore, I don’t care what anybody thinks. It’s my blog and I like this painting.