Obitka żelatynowo-srebrowa - 1990
|Artysta:||Paul Nougé (1895-1967)|
|Tytuł dzieła:||Subversions des Images, 1929/1930|
|Zabytkowa grafika:||wydrukowane później|
|Rozmiar obrazu:||15,2×15,2 cm|
Paul Nougé makes all the photographs of the Subversion des Images series between December 1929 and February 1930 in Brussels. The deterioration, the quality of some photos, is due to the fact that the negatives have spent many years, almost forty, before the photos were published, printed. Only in 1968 in Brussels as a publishing house ‘Les Levres Nues’ - literally ‘bare lips’ - a volume is published, in a small format and only in 230 copies, which documents this research by Paul Nougé, with the reproduction of 19 images created photographically and accompanied by explanatory notes.
Their methodical structure presents an interesting parallel with the research of René Magritte, which will lend itself as a model for photographs n.3 The drinkers and n.6 The birth of the object.
In 1931, only two years later, when Paul Nougé wrote The Prohibited Images, it becomes clear that from his research into the poetic efficacy of the photographic medium derives the rigorous theories on the painting of René Magritte.
René Magritte underwent the influence of Paul Nougé in painting: a fruitful influence that manifested itself, in particular, in the rigor that inspired him in attributing titles to his pictures. Paul Nougé recognizes René Magritte's paintings as almost a protective role against painting itself, preventing it from being dragged downwards to places that do not compete with it; while specifying that the paintings of René Magritte could also do without.
The photographs conceived and realized by Paul Nougé during the winter of 1929-30, published only in 1968 with the title of Subversion des Images (Subversion of Images), on the research level reveal, as can be seen, very close to René Magritte.
The photographs of the Subversion des Images (Subversion of Images) by Paul Nougé were also exhibited in 1982 at the National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, from April 28th to July 4th, in the context of the Magritte exhibition and Surrealism in Belgium.
Moreover, recently, in France in Paris, in Spain in Madrid, and in Switzerland in Winthertur, an important exhibition dedicated to Surrealism was held, which took the title - given their importance - from these photographs: Subversion des Images (Subversion of Images).
The exhibition was held in 2009 at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, in 2010 at the Mapfre Foundation in Madrid and at the Winthertur Fotomuseum in Switzerland.
The Yale University and the Barbican Center in 2010 include the entire series of photographs of the Subversion of Images by Paul Nougé in the publication dedicated to Surrealism, and of reference, The Surreal House.
The Italian publishing house Giunti in 2011 dedicates a publication of the work of Paul Nougé with the title L'Eterno Clandestino, Paul Nougé, writings that fully collects his work, including research and images of the series of the Subversion des Images (Subversion of Images).
In the exhibition there are all 19 images created photographically of the Subversion des Images (Subversion of Images) by Paul Nougé and a copy of the first volume, catalogue, of 1968, edited in Brussels as a publishing house ‘Les Lèvres Nues’ (the bare lips).
The photographs were printed from an original negative in 1990 by Guido Schermi (Rome, 1952-2008), photographer and journalist, director of the photographic section of the Galleria Al Ferro di Cavallo Gallery of Rome from 1984 to 2000. The photos were printed with gelatine silver on photographic paper, in size 15.2 x 15.2 cm.
Bibliography about the Subversion des Images by Paul Nougé:
Paul Nougé, L'Eterno Clandestino, writings, Giunti (2010); The Surreal House, Yale University (2010); Magritte and Surrealism in Belgium, National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, De Luca (1982).
Beyond the photographs, the lot also includes the original book-catalogue that in 1968 in Brussels with a publishing house ‘Les Levres Nues’ - literally ‘the bare lips’ - is published as a volume, in a small format and only in 230 copies, which documents this research by Paul Nougé, with the reproduction of the 19 images created photographically and accompanied by explanatory notes.
‘Al Ferro di Cavallo’ bookshop-gallery, Rome.
The complete series of photos was presented by me in a curated exhibition that I organized near Naples, Angri, Italy, in June-July 2016.
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