Max Ernst


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painter (born in Germany, resident of France and the United States) who was a cofounder of dadaism

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Ya juntos en Paris, y con quien hacia 1938 se fue a vivir a una casa de campo que compraron en el poblado de Saint-Martind'Ardeche, contra la voluntad de los padres de Leonora (hasta hoy se conserva en la fachada un relieve que representa a la pareja y su juego de roles: "Loplop", el alter ego de Max Ernst, un animal alado fabuloso entre pajaro y estrella de mar, y su "Desposada del Viento"), de la mano de Ernst entraria en contacto con otros notables personajes del movimiento surrealista que se reunian alrededor de la mesa del Cafe Les Deux Magots, entre otros, Andre Breton, Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali y Joan Miro.
-- Dora Maar y Picasso, Anni y Josef Albers, Lee Miller y Man Ray, Maria Martins y Marcel Duchamp, Sophie Tauber y Jean Arp, Frida Kahlo y Diego Rivera, Sonia y Pierre Delaunay, Leonora Carrington y Max Ernst, Tina Modotti y Edward Weston, Alice Rahon y Wolfrang Paalen, Gabriele Munter y Vassily Kandinsky, Vavara Stepanova y Aleksander Rodchenko ...
"These are part of a portfolio on Max Ernst's visit to Beirut, a very important artist and one of the idols of the 20th century," he said, gesturing to an arrangement of photos.
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He also has a new book, "The Recurring Dream," with a foreword by director William Friedkin, who used the photographer's impressionistic images as backdrops for his operas "Bluebeard's Castle" and "The Makropulos Case." Friedkin says that Schenck's work is reminiscent of Max Ernst and Rene Magritte, but totally original--"a magical journey filled with what seems like childhood's buried memories surrounded by nature's living ghosts."
His graphic memoir Epileptic (L'Ascension du haut mal, 1996-2003) garnered comparisons to Max Ernst, but the two-part Incidents in the Night demonstrates a wider scope of influences, which are allowed to run free in this fictional escapade.
This exhibit was created in response to Dejavu's legacy as the site of the mid-century Bodley Gallery, renowned for exhibiting pivotal artists such as surrealist Max Ernst along with early figurative works by artist Andy Warhol.
For our "Pop-Out Identity Collages," we first discussed Max Ernst, Pablo Picasso, and Henri Matisse.
This show features "controlled accident paintings" created by pushing paint around with objects such as rags, crumpled foil, balloons, plastic sheets and cylinders - a technique also favored by surrealist artists Max Ernst and Oscar Dominguez.
Roberto Matta's paintings evoke the random scatter of subatomic particles; Max Ernst drew analogies between the Eros of psychoanalysis and electromagnetic attraction/repulsion; Gordon Onslow Ford was known to have engaged in research on the links between art and metaphysics throughout his practice; Frantisek Janousek's drawings feature symbolic objects with explicit anthropomorphic associations; Wolfgang Paalen titled his paintings with reference to science, using names such as Between Matter and Light Unbound and Space Unbound; and Yves Tanguy incorporated into his canvases geological imagery sourced from his travels through Africa.
Gathered over the span of Lance Olsen's career, and experimental in style, they run the gamut of odd characters and situations taken to the extreme: a couple's lovemaking turns to the amputation of body parts; the lobster is viewed as a work of art, a scientific specimen, and a menu item; Jackie Kennedy's mental state after the assassination of her husband leads to her developing sixteen different personas; a man's compulsion to care for his neighborhood leads to various disasters; studious attention to a Max Ernst painting becomes a series of hallucinatory experiences; and, a young girl becomes obsessed with kissing frogs to find the one that will turn into a prince.
My main artistic inspirations are HR Giger, Salvador Dali, Van Gogh and Max Ernst.
Here however she makes only a fleeting appearance, the focus instead being placed on Max Ernst, Willard Reynolds, and Bud Powell--each man is presented as a potential suitor.
Alternatively, if a Roman holiday doesn''t appeal, you could always vacate to Venice, another of Italy''s best-loved destinations for arts and culture, boasting the iconic Basilica of San Marco as well as the prestigious Peggy Guggenheim Museum, located at the Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, home to famous works from artists such as Picasso, Mondrian, Kandinsky, Pollock and Max Ernst. Wed, Dec 26, 2012 AirGuideOnline ISSN 1544-3760