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Historians of art and photography also consider him a Surrealist photographer
Historians of art and photography also consider him a Surrealist photographer. Bellmer was born in the city of Kattowitz, then part of the German Empire (now Katowice, Poland). Up until 1926, he worked as a draftsman for his own advertising company.
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Published in cooperation with the Centre Georges Pompidou, this is a thorough documentation of the work of this Polish-born artist. Working together with such artists as John Heartfield, Otto Dix and George Grosz in the 1920s, Bellmer was also known for his work with the French Surrealists. He began his constructions of female dolls in 1933, "consumating," as Alain Sayag writes in the book's introduction, "his rupture with society. His work with living models, like his doll constructions, is highly disturbing.
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1902 - 1975) French (b. Germany). In often violently erotic photographs and drawings, Hans Bellmer developed the Surrealist theme of mannequins and dolls as metaphors of sexuality with a singularly obsessive focus. He explored the usually pubescent female figure as fetish object. The second series of dolls, even more disarticulated than the first, were created in 1936-1938. Bellmer left Berlin in 1938 and settled in Paris where he was part of Surrealist circles.
Excerpt from book: LETTERS TO ANONYM. Everything about you is mysterious; and the causes inducing in others a certain line of conduct, impel you always to opposite action. I am becoming accustomed to your ways, and nothing any longer surprises me. Spare me, I beg of you ; do not put to too harsh a test the unfortunate habit I have contracted of finding good in all that you do. I was perhaps.