The Future of Surrealism Black and White Photography
Surrealism had its background in the 1920’s and 30’s starting in the First World War and flourishing during the Second World War. In 1924, French poet André Breton published his Surrealist Manifesto, which called for a creative revolution.
Artists like Salvador Dalí and the Belgian painter René Magritte created dreamlike visions that are openings into a bizarre world of art.
Artists around the world are influenced by styles, ideas & techniques of surrealism. Surrealism educated the world to see art not only visually, but to appreciate it in a subconscious level. Today, surrealism is a familiar practice of art that continues to develop worldwide.
It’s easy for artists to show their creativeness through Surrealism as the style offers them more freedom to convey their state of mind and feelings through the canvas, sculpture and photography.