Aller au contenu. Panier · Espace personnel · A propos · lien aide contenu. FR, EN, IT. Accéder au site de la Bibliothèque nationale de France (Nouvelle fenêtre) . “La Révolution Surréaliste” began publication almost immediately after the appearance of André Breton’s () First Surrealist Manifesto in La Révolution surréaliste. likes · talking about this. Société surréaliste.
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The Surrealist Revolution was a publication by the Surrealists in Paris. Twelve issues were published between and Issue 1 December revoluttion In a mock scientific fashion the journal explored issues related to the darker sides of the human psyche with articles focused on violence, death and suicide.
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Detached descriptions of violent crime taken from police reports, and an impartial survey on suicide were included. Issue 3 Revolutino The cover of the third issue announced, “End of the Christian Surrdaliste. Writer and actor Antonin Artaud wrote an open letter, “Address to the Pope,” and expresses the revolt against what Surrealists saw as oppressive religious values: Let us swim in our own bodies, leave our souls within our souls; we have no need of your knife-blade of enlightenment.
Breton announced in the fourth issue that he was taking over the publication. His concern about disruptive factions that had developed in the Surrealist group brought him to assert his power and restate the Surrealist principles as he conceived them.
Thereafter, each issue became more political with articles and declarations that have a Communist slant. Issue 8 December Issues 9 and 10 October Introduce Exquisite corpse Le Cadavre exquis —a game the Surrealists enjoyed that involves folding a sheet of paper so that several people contribute to the drawing of a figure or writing text without surreaaliste the preceding portions.
The issue includes some revllution corpse results. The interest in sex continues in the eleventh issue with “Research into Sexuality,” an account of a debate that took place in January In the frank discussion, more than a dozen Surrealists openly expressed their opinions on sexual matters, including a variety of perversions.
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Issue 12 December Contains Breton’s Second Surrealist Manifesto. The declaration marks the end of the group’s most cohesive and focused years, and signals the start of disagreements within the group.
Breton celebrated his faithful supporters, and denounced those who had defected and betrayed his doctrine. Some of the dissidents voiced their views in the surrealisfe Documents beginning in April Writings by ethnographers, archaeologists, and art historians, and poets Georges Bataille and Michel Leiris emerged as the main contributors.
Inpublisher Albert Skira contacted Breton about a new journal, which he planned to be the most luxurious art and literary review the Surrealists had seen, featuring a slick format with many color illustrations.
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Skira’s restriction was that Breton was not allowed to use the magazine to express his social and political views. Later that year Minotaure began publication, and continued publication until From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Anthology of Black Humor.