Masquerade by Adrian Velazco, 2013

Masquerade by Adrian Velazco, 2013




regardintemporel:

Karel Teige - Collage, ca. 1930

regardintemporel:

Karel Teige - Collage, ca. 1930




regardintemporel:

František Vobecký - Journée Mélancolique, 1936
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regardintemporel:

František Vobecký - Journée Mélancolique, 1936

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Single cuts (31) by Katrien de Blauwer
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Single cuts (31) by Katrien de Blauwer

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regardintemporel:

Gerald Gooch - Big D III, 1968

regardintemporel:

Gerald Gooch - Big D III, 1968




Single cuts (29) by Katrien de Blauwer
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Single cuts (29) by Katrien de Blauwer

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Single cuts (19) and (30) by Katrien de Blauwer

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Marienerscheinungen in Kurhessen by Gunter Rambow, 1969
(via grigiabot)

Marienerscheinungen in Kurhessen by Gunter Rambow, 1969

(via grigiabot)




Collage #373 and #374 by Karel Teige, 1951

Via calypsospots

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regardintemporel:

Marlo Pascual - Untitled, 2014

regardintemporel:

Marlo Pascual - Untitled, 2014




Rendez-vous (41) by Katrien de Blauwer
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Rendez-vous (41) by Katrien de Blauwer

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no, thank you (2014)

no, thank you 2 (2014)

by Isabel Reitemeyer




From the series Violence by Pia Hakko

From the series Violence by Pia Hakko




Two collages sent to Jacqueline Nonkels by Marcel Mariën, 1938
From the Jacqueline Nonkels Collection


Jacqueline Nonkels was René and Georgette Magritte’s neighbour and it did not take long for her to become friends with Georgette. Jacqueline thus received various documents from the couple as well as photographs that immortalized the Magrittes in their day-to-day lives. It was through René and Georgette that Jacqueline Nonkels met Marcel Mariën. Between December 1937 and August 1938, Jacqueline and Marcel exchanged a series of passionate and surrealist letters. The letters were accompanied by the artist’s first collages and contained the germs of various elements and themes that would later find their way into his work.

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Two collages sent to Jacqueline Nonkels by Marcel Mariën, 1938

From the Jacqueline Nonkels Collection

Jacqueline Nonkels was René and Georgette Magritte’s neighbour and it did not take long for her to become friends with Georgette. Jacqueline thus received various documents from the couple as well as photographs that immortalized the Magrittes in their day-to-day lives. It was through René and Georgette that Jacqueline Nonkels met Marcel Mariën. Between December 1937 and August 1938, Jacqueline and Marcel exchanged a series of passionate and surrealist letters. The letters were accompanied by the artist’s first collages and contained the germs of various elements and themes that would later find their way into his work.

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Collage #143 by Karel Teige, 1940
Via calypsospots
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Collage #143 by Karel Teige, 1940

Via calypsospots

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