A fekete kéz by Olga Wlassics for Studio Manassé, 1947

A fekete kéz by Olga Wlassics for Studio Manassé, 1947




billyjane:

Figment of Desire,1941 by Clarence John Laughlin

billyjane:

Figment of Desire,1941 by Clarence John Laughlin




defrag, billyjane:


Ohne Titel,1955-1959 by Jean Rouet

defrag, billyjane:

Ohne Titel,1955-1959 by Jean Rouet




Paul Nougé, Le bras révélateur, 1929-1930



(via lastdreamofjesus)

Paul Nougé, Le bras révélateur, 1929-1930

(via lastdreamofjesus)




bloodonthesnow:

(via aubzillatron, sublimistika)

Edith Rimmington, The Decoy, 1948.

bloodonthesnow:

(via aubzillatron, sublimistika)

Edith Rimmington, The Decoy, 1948.




queering:

Surreal Pin Up
via Gatochy 
[from Agence Eureka archives]

Love the pants off this. The hand, the gloves, the rather steady gaze between the blackness of the fingers, the almost kitschily fetishistic tone of it all, like a particularly histrionic postcard for Surrealism & Eroticism 101: quite perfect.

queering:

Surreal Pin Up

via Gatochy

[from Agence Eureka archives]

Love the pants off this. The hand, the gloves, the rather steady gaze between the blackness of the fingers, the almost kitschily fetishistic tone of it all, like a particularly histrionic postcard for Surrealism & Eroticism 101: quite perfect.




lacontessa:

Lisette Model, Reflections, New York
-via planchette:fabiche

lacontessa:

Lisette Model, Reflections, New York

-via planchette:fabiche




billyjane:

Arthur A.               Cohen & Trevor Winkfield / EX LIBRIS 15 - DADA & SURREALISM.
New York: Ex Libris,1986
New York’s Arthur Cohen was the premier purveyor of books and ephemera on twentieth century Modern Art movements for nearly twenty years. Ex Libris’ copiously researched, scholarly, illustrated catalogues stood as unparalleled bibliographic tools at a time when there was a paucity of available reference to the documentary literature of the modernist avant-gardes. Catalogue number fifteen was devoted entirely to Dada and Surrealist material - featuring five hundred and twenty-two fully described books, periodicals, pamphlets, and printed ephemera on or by the likes of Louis Aragon, Hans (Jean) Arp, Hugo Ball, Hans Bellmer, Victor Brauner, Andre Breton, Joseph Cornell, Salvador Dali, Giorgio De Chirico, Paul Delvaux, Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst, George Grosz, Raoul Hausmann, Georges Hugnet, Iliazd, John Heartfield, Richard Huelsenbeck, Marcel Janco, Alfred Jarry, Rene Magritte, Man Ray, Andre Masson, Matta Echaurren, Walter Mehring, Benjamin Peret, Francis Picabia, Hans Richter, Kurt Schwitters, The Societe Anonyme, Rufino Tamayo, Tristan Tzara, Theo Van Doesburg, and many, many others
[Yours for 100$]
[Unfortunately,no artist ID,my guess, Raoul Ubac?]
from amazing collection of  publications on dada & surrealism at  arcana books

billyjane:

Arthur A.  Cohen & Trevor Winkfield / EX LIBRIS 15 - DADA & SURREALISM.

New York: Ex Libris,1986

New York’s Arthur Cohen was the premier purveyor of books and ephemera on twentieth century Modern Art movements for nearly twenty years. Ex Libris’ copiously researched, scholarly, illustrated catalogues stood as unparalleled bibliographic tools at a time when there was a paucity of available reference to the documentary literature of the modernist avant-gardes. Catalogue number fifteen was devoted entirely to Dada and Surrealist material - featuring five hundred and twenty-two fully described books, periodicals, pamphlets, and printed ephemera on or by the likes of Louis Aragon, Hans (Jean) Arp, Hugo Ball, Hans Bellmer, Victor Brauner, Andre Breton, Joseph Cornell, Salvador Dali, Giorgio De Chirico, Paul Delvaux, Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst, George Grosz, Raoul Hausmann, Georges Hugnet, Iliazd, John Heartfield, Richard Huelsenbeck, Marcel Janco, Alfred Jarry, Rene Magritte, Man Ray, Andre Masson, Matta Echaurren, Walter Mehring, Benjamin Peret, Francis Picabia, Hans Richter, Kurt Schwitters, The Societe Anonyme, Rufino Tamayo, Tristan Tzara, Theo Van Doesburg, and many, many others

[Yours for 100$]

[Unfortunately,no artist ID,my guess, Raoul Ubac?]

from amazing collection of  publications on dada & surrealism at  arcana books