Ben Goossens, 1945 ~ Surrealist photographer

Ben Goossens, 1945 ~ Surrealist photographer

Surrealist Photographers, Photo Art, Fine Art

Photo credit: Chema Madoz

Clever Surrealist Photographs That Evoke Man Ray’s Witty Spirit

man ray: tears.... my ultimate fav photo by my ultimate fav photographer... REAL PHOTOGRAPHY, REAL ART

Man Ray Les Larmes (Glass tears) The model is in fact not a real woman but a fashion mannequin with glass bead tears on the cheeks. Here, again, Man Ray is exploring his interest in the real and unreal by challenging the meaning of still-life photography.

'Autoportrait’, 1928, by Claude Cahun

Portraits of a woman

German Dada artist Hannah Höch, a pioneer of photomontage and a feminist icon, would have been 126 today. The Guardian called her art’s original punk.

Man Ray - Tears, 1930 photographe surréaliste J'aime le côté dramatique dans l'image. Je trouve la cadrage très intéressant et hors du commun.

Le Violon d'Ingres by Man Ray, 1924

Man Ray Tears 1930 Surrealism He was a significant contributor to the Dada and Surrealist movements, although his ties to each were informal.

Proof that Henri Cartier-Bresson Used Dynamic Symmetry in Photography - ISO 1200 | Photography Video blog for photographers

Proof that Henri Cartier-Bresson Used Dynamic Symmetry in Photography - ISO 1200 | Photography Video blog for photographers

the adventure called photography Sunday eve and before your week will start again enjoy another work of Bill Brandt.  What can we learn from Bill Brandt? That the means justify the end. Okay but try to figure out his means  without scratching yourself behind the ears thinking 'how did he do it?' He probably is one of the most skilled photographers in history and a great example that we can touch all genres. Brandt went from social to abstract to surrealist and successfully so. He was never…

the adventure called photography Sunday eve and before your week will start again enjoy another work of Bill Brandt. What can we learn from Bill Brandt? That the means justify the end. Okay but try to figure out his means without scratching yourself behind the ears thinking 'how did he do it?' He probably is one of the most skilled photographers in history and a great example that we can touch all genres. Brandt went from social to abstract to surrealist and successfully so. He was never…

Surrealist Photographer Channels His Inner Magritte | VICE Canada #VICE #Magritte #Photoshop

Surrealist Photographer Channels His Inner Magritte

Plucking imaginative ideas from dreams, Lithuanian photographer Ceslovas Cesnakevicius creates varied and creative images that displace reality. The photographer says that his artistic process starts with.

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