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Forbidden Games: Surrealist and Modernist Photography
The David Raymond Collection in the Cleveland Museum of Art

Tom E. Hinson, Ian Walker, and Lisa Kurzner

This handsomely illustrated volume is the public debut of the Surrealist photography collection of David Raymond that was recently acquired by the Cleveland Museum of Art. Photography and its many techniques—photograms, montage, collage—played a vital role amongst Surrealist artists who sought to mine the unconscious and unsettle the everyday. Raymond’s collection is distinctive in its breadth and quality and reflects the adventurous spirit of the movement’s founder, André Breton. This book presents 178 vintage prints from the 1920s through the 1940s by artists from 14 countries. Works by notable artists including Brassaï, László Moholy-Nagy, Dora Maar, and Man Ray are joined by rare examples by equally provocative but less well-known photo...


2014   240 pp.  180 color illus.   -   Cloth ISBN: 9780300208610  $39.95 sc

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