Notes on Surrealism, photographers surrealism

Oleg oprisco http://www.oprisco.com/ 

he plays with perception and creates irony in his pictures

Anka Zhuravleva

Oleg Oprisco is a fine art photographer born in the town of Lviv, Ukraine. During his teen years he has worked in a photo lab and after completing his studies he was an assistant in Kiev to a well-known photographer that worked in advertising. Oleg believes in the power of practice. That’s why in interviews he is often quoted telling young artists to stop searching for their idols’ work and practice their own style much more. He uses his past experiences as a stepping ladder for future projects. For instance, Oleg has shared in a previous interview that he has visited thousands of occasions with a high level of attention to detail, for instance weddings and birthdays. Those experiences have taught him the colors that people like and this is one bit of knowledge gained from practice that he uses even now.

Oleg oprisco http://www.oprisco.com/

he is a fin art photographer; she uses perception and different perspectives to make here moddles look like they are decorating or sowing fields together. He worked in a photo lab during his teen years and then became an a photography sistant

Anka Zhuravleva – Moscow raised and St. Petersburg based awesome artist and photographer Anka Zhuravleva invites you to be mesmerized by her latest photo-artwork series “Distorted Gravity”.

Philippe Halsman

Philippe Halsman was an American portrait photographer. He was born in Riga in the part of the Russian Empire which later became Latvia, and died in New York City. 1906 – 1979

Christian Hopkins

Achraf Baznani

this idea was to take pictures based around the theme of quality and surrealism, i was going to take pictures based around peoples stereo types on what cloths they would were and how they would act.

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Surrealism was launched in Paris in 1924 by  André Breton with the publication of his Manifesto of Surrealism.

Breton was  influenced by the theories of Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis. Freud identified a deep layer of the human mind where memories and our most basic instincts are stored. He called this the unconscious, since most of the time we are not aware of it. The aim of surrealism was to reveal the unconscious and reconcile it with rational life. Surrealism also aimed at social and political revolution and for a time was affiliated to the Communist party.

Surrealism became an international movement (notably in Belgium, Britain and the former Czechoslavakia), widely influencing art, literature and the cinema as well as social attitudes and behaviour.The British Surrealist group formed in 1936 with artist Paul Nash and critic Herbet Read among its founding members. Soon after forming, they organised the First International Surrealist Exhibition in London which attracted huge public attention.

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philippe halsman

Philippe Halsman was an American portrait photographer. He was born in Riga in the part of the Russian Empire which later became Latvia, and died in New York City. 1906 – 1979

Christian Hopkins

achraf Baznani

 


this idea was to take pictures based around the theme of quality and surrealism, i was going to take pictures based around peoples stereo types on what cloths they would were and how they would act.

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