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TOGETHER IN OUR ENDLESS SOLITUDE ~ PAUL ELUARD

in Poetry of Art by
Nuchs and Paul Eluard by Man Ray

 A poem by Paul Eluard

“I cannot be known
Better than you know me

Your eyes in which we sleep
We together
Have made for my man’s gleam
A better fate than for the common nights

Your eyes in which I travel
Have given to signs along the roads
A meaning alien to the earth

In your eyes who reveal to us
Our endless solitude

Are no longer what they thought themselves to be

You cannot be known
Better than I know you.”

― Paul Éluard

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EUDORA WELTY ~ ON WRITING A NOVEL

in The words that make sense... brilliant writings by writers... by
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Writing a story or a novel is one way of discovering sequence in experience, of stumbling upon cause and effect in the happenings of a writer’s own life.
Eudora Welty

EVA BESNYO ~ BOY WITH CELLO

in Eva Besnyö ~ A Step into the Past by
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Boy with Cello – 1931
Eva Besnyö

EVA BESNYO ~ SELF-PORTRAIT

in Eva Besnyö ~ A Step into the Past by
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Eva Besnyö
Self-portrait

EVA BESNYO ~ A STEP INTO THE PAST

in Eva Besnyö ~ A Step into the Past by
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Nicole Dumont, Amsterdam – 1934
Eva Besnyö (Dutch-Hungarian Photographer)

ALEXANDER RODCHENKO ~ LEVELS

in Photographic Beauty by
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Alexander Rodchenko
Levels
1929
Vintage print on Silver gelatin paper
Collection Museum Moscow House of Photography / Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow
© A. Rodchenko – W. Stepanova Archive
© Museum Moscow House of Photography

BRASSAI ~ FOLIES BERGERE

in Brassai ~ The Otherness of Life by
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Brassai (Ghula Halasz,1899-1984)-.Juan-les-pins, Folies Bergère, 1932

JULES BRASSAI ~ THE OTHERNESS OF THE NIGHT

in Brassai ~ The Otherness of Life by
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“The Night suggests, it does not show. The Night disquiets and surprises us with its otherness. It releases forces within us which by day are dominated by reason.”
Jules Brassai

EDWARD STEICHEN ~ THE PHOTOGRAPHER

in Art & the Unconscious Mind by
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“Every other artist begins with a blank canvas, a piece of paper the photographer begins with the finished product.

Edward Steichen

“The Flatiron” 1905 by Edward Steichen
1897-1973

THE BALLOON

in Poetical Visions by
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“Hands, do what you’re bid;
Bring the balloon of the mind
That bellies and drags in the wind

Into its narrow shed.”

William Butler Yeats

Photo: The Balloon Merchant, 1931
Jules Brassai

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