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Signed book, First edition

Claude TARNAUD Collage original


Collage original

s.d. (circa 1950), Collage : 15x22,5cm / Cadre : 27,7x34,7cm, un collage encadré.

Original collage
t[ca 1950] | Collage: 15 x 22.5 cm / Frame: 27.7 x 34.7 cm
Original collage by Claude Tarnaud, enhanced with white painting and monogrammed in ink on the bottom right.
«With Yves Bonnefoy and Jaroslav Serpan, Claude Tarnaud founded the magazine, La Révolution la nuit. Contacted by André Breton, he then joined the surrealist group and participated actively in the 1947 International Exhibition of Surrealism, and the magazine, Néon, (5 issues from January 1948 to April 1949). In November 1948, after disagreeing with the exclusion of painter Roberto Matta, he broke with the surrealist group, like his friends Victor Brauner, Stanislas Rodanski and others. Next, he was associated with François Di Dio and the management of the magazine, Positions, published by Le Soleil noir, a publishing house to which he gave three books. From 1953 to 1966, he participated in the activities of the Phases movement and collaborated with the magazine of the same name. In 1966, he met Pénélope and Franklin Rosemont who founded the first surrealist group of the United States of America in Chicago.» (Bibliothèque Kandinsky)

1 500 €

Réf : 69007



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