Surrealism - painting
Surrealism painter Rene Magritte „ I believes in the future resolution this apparently so contradicting states of dream and reality in a kind of absolute reality if one can say so: Surreality. I strive for her conquest not to reach certainly, they, too casually, nevertheless, around my death not to weigh the joys of such a possession at least. “ Thus the French author and critic André Breton lets it in his first manifesto of the surrealism (1924) announce and lays the foundation-stone for a new style direction.
Surrealism signifies so much like „ beyond the realism “ and describes an epoch of the graphic arts which were stamped with priority by Sigmund Freud's psychoanalysis, his dream interpretation and the world of the unconscious and were escorted.
Surrealism produced numerous works which make use of dreams or drunkenness experiences to be able to expand own consciousness and with the help of these experiences, to be able to eradicate valid views and norms.
The anarchistic being of the surrealism motivated not only to scoop strength and creativity from the dreams, but aimed also at the freeing of the word.
The surrealism oversubscribes the reality, puts not related things side by side, turns perspectives and retextualises.
The significant representatives of the surrealism who fought against the logic and rationality of the conventional art views of the bourgeoisie were Salvador Dalí, Max Ernst, René Magritte, Roberto Matta, Joan Miró, One Ray, Yves Tanguy, Victor Brauner