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Alfred Stieglitz: A Snapshot, Paris, 1911      A Snapshot; Paris demonstrates Stieglitz’s continuing interest in movement in the street and his increasing delight in greater and more spontaneous contingencies.

Alfred Stieglitz: A Snapshot, Paris, 1911 A Snapshot; Paris demonstrates Stieglitz’s continuing interest in movement in the street and his increasing delight in greater and more spontaneous contingencies.

High speed photography of a water balloon being popped. just-plain-cool by tamera

High speed photography of a water balloon being popped. just-plain-cool by tamera

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Caught in the Crossfire: Artistic Responses to Conflict at the Herbert

Yvan Goll, Surréalisme, Manifeste du surréalisme,Volume 1, Number 1, October 1, 1924, cover by Robert Delaunay-Leading up to 1924, two rival surrealist groups had formed that both professed to be successors of a revolution launched by Guillaume Apollinaire. One group, led by Yvan Goll, consisted of Pierre Albert-Birot, Paul Dermée, Céline Arnauld, Francis Picabia, Tristan Tzara, Giuseppe Ungaretti, Pierre Reverdy, Marcel Arland, Joseph Delteil (fr), Jean Painlevé and Robert Delaunay, among…

Yvan Goll, Surréalisme, Manifeste du surréalisme,Volume 1, Number 1, October 1, 1924, cover by Robert Delaunay-Leading up to 1924, two rival surrealist groups had formed that both professed to be successors of a revolution launched by Guillaume Apollinaire. One group, led by Yvan Goll, consisted of Pierre Albert-Birot, Paul Dermée, Céline Arnauld, Francis Picabia, Tristan Tzara, Giuseppe Ungaretti, Pierre Reverdy, Marcel Arland, Joseph Delteil (fr), Jean Painlevé and Robert Delaunay, among…

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