Hans Bellmer, 1953 
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Hans Bellmer, 1953 

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likeafieldmouse:

Hans Bellmer - Rose ou Vert la Nuit (1967)

likeafieldmouse:

Hans Bellmer - Rose ou Vert la Nuit (1967)




Untitled Study for Georges Bataille’s Histoire de l’oeil by Hans Bellmer, 1946
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Untitled Study for Georges Bataille’s Histoire de l’oeil by Hans Bellmer1946

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Photomontages by Janet Belden Beyda for Zoom No. 71, May 1980

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Sans titre (study for Histoire de l’Oeil) by Hans Bellmer, 1946 
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Sans titre (study for Histoire de l’Oeil) by Hans Bellmer, 1946 

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From The Drawings of Hans Bellmer by Hans Bellmer (with introduction by Constantin Jelenski), 1972
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From The Drawings of Hans Bellmer by Hans Bellmer (with introduction by Constantin Jelenski), 1972

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From The Drawings of Hans Bellmer by Hans Bellmer (with introduction by Constantin Jelenski), 1972
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From The Drawings of Hans Bellmer by Hans Bellmer (with introduction by Constantin Jelenski), 1972

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frenchtwist:

Peppermint Tower in Honor of Greedy Little Girls by Hans Bellmer, 1937Also

frenchtwist:

Peppermint Tower in Honor of Greedy Little Girls by Hans Bellmer, 1937

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Playing Frisbee Indoors by John Seven
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Playing Frisbee Indoors by John Seven

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Untitled (The Eyes) by Hans Bellmer, 1961
(See sketch/variation at frenchtwist)
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Untitled (The Eyes) by Hans Bellmer, 1961

(See sketch/variation at frenchtwist)

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Analogies by Hans Bellmer, 1968, based on a 1944 drawing 
(Sketch for this piece here)
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Analogies by Hans Bellmer, 1968, based on a 1944 drawing

(Sketch for this piece here)

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Untitled (Jeune fille bicéphale assise) [Seated Double-Headed Girl] by Hans Bellmer, 1934
(Variation on this image)
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Untitled (Jeune fille bicéphale assise) [Seated Double-Headed Girl] by Hans Bellmer, 1934

(Variation on this image)

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Untitled by Hans Bellmer, 1958
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Untitled by Hans Bellmer, 1958

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From the Doll Reconstruction Project by SUKA OFF (Homage to Hans Bellmer)

"And didn’t the doll, which lived solely through the thoughts projected into it, and which despite its unlimited pliancy could be maddeningly stand-offish, didn’t the very creation of its dollishness contain the desire and intensity sought in it by the imagination? Didn’t it amount to the final triumph over those young girls – with their wide eyes and averted looks – when a conscious gaze plundered its charms, when aggressive fingers searching for something malleable allowed the distillates of mind and senses slowly to take form, limb by limb?

Fit one joint to the other, swivel the ball-joints full circle and test them for childlike poses, gently trace the hollows, savour the pleasures of the curves, stray into the opening of an ear, do pretty things while simultaneously scattering the salt of deformation with a hint of vengeance. 

[…]

Isn’t that the solution?”

— Hans Bellmer, The Doll

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realityayslum:

Pierre Molinier - La Communion d’amour, 1968-1971.
(… from Pierre Molinier by Jean-Luc Mercie, les presses du reel 2010, pg.16)

realityayslum:

Pierre Molinier - La Communion d’amour, 1968-1971.

(… from Pierre Molinier by Jean-Luc Mercie, les presses du reel 2010, pg.16)