Sunday, 24 January 2010

Victor Brauner

Victor Brauner arrived on the Surrealist scene in 1933, where the Romanian artist was praised highly by Breton.
Brauner was intrigued and inspired by the transformation of the human face, aided by the chance occurrence of his 'pre-empted' facial disfigurement, which subsequently gave him the illusion of clairvoyance.
Brauner's interest in the disfigurement of the human eyes, portrays a sense of correlative style often seen in contemporary illustration.

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