Lee Miller y el surrealismo

Clayton,Eleanor
Binding: Hardback
Language: Español
Measurements: 23.20 x 27.50 cm

The American Lee Miller (1907-1977) is one of the most iconic photographers of the 20th century, known for her photojournalist works, her fashion reports, her surrealist work, as well as her collaborations with Man Ray in Paris, a end of the twenties. In the change, we have not found so important, it is important in surrealist circles in Great Britain of the late thirties, when London becomes the meeting point of artists from around the world that has been a Europe in full swing war. Thanks to his relationship with history, artist and poet Roland Penrose, as well as a friendship with artists such as Eileen Agar and Henry Moore, Lee Miller was an essential part of the surrealist nucleus in Britain. This catalog tells the fascinating reading of this moment, and offers a kaleidoscopic vision of one of the most vibrant scenes of the last century through the lens of Lee Miller.

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