Jacques-André Boiffard, la parenthèse surréaliste

Enter the world of one of the most iconic surrealist photographers!

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Topics
Photography

Description

From his illustrations for "Nadja" by André Breton, to "Le Gros Orteil" and "Les Mouches" published in Documents magazine, the photographer Jacques-André Boiffard (1902-1961) brought some of the most emblematic pictures into the Surrealist iconography. A rich artwok gathered under a reference book.

Descriptions & Features

Authors
Clément Chéroux and Damarice Amao
Publisher
Éditions du Centre Pompidou
Dimensions
301 mm x 217 mm x 17 mm
Publication year
2014
Number of pages
160
EAN
9782844266989

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