Paul Nougé, The Juggler, 1929-1930 Paul Nougé, The birds are following you, 1929-1930.
“What is admirable about the fantastic is that there is no longer anything fantastic: there is only the real.”
André Breton, Manifesto of Surrealism, 1924
Paul Nougé, The Revealing Arm, 1929-1930 Paul Nougé, Coat suspended in space, 1929-1930
Paul Nougé (1895–1967), was a Belgian poet, founder and theoretician of surrealism in Belgium, sometimes known as the “Belgian Breton”. Between December 1929 and February 1930 Nougé created 19 photographs, unpublished until 1968, under the title “Subversion des images“.