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Jiří Sever

Michael Richardson

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The International Encyclopedia of Surrealism Volume 3 : Surrealists M – Z

Bloomsbury Academic, 2019

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...Under his real name of Vojtěch Čech, Sever was an important technical specialist in the application of synthetic paint and aromatic substances while working for Czechoslovak Chemical Plants. A member of Group 42, he listed his interests...

Pierre-André Sauvageot

Michael Richardson

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...A photographer and director of documentary movies as well as working in the field of animated movies and special effects, Pierre-André Sauvageot has devoted himself to the realization of digital photocollages grouped under the generic name...

Ugo Sterpini

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...An artist, Ugo Sterpini set up the collaborative design studio Officina Undici with Fabio de Sanctis in Rome; together they designed and fabricated a range of extraordinary limited-edition furniture that aimed to promote symbolic...

Friedrich Schroeder-Sonnerstein

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...A curious self-taught artist, Friedrich Schröder-Sonnerstern came into contact with the surrealists after the Second World War, and featured in most of their subsequent exhibitions. Diagnosed as a schizophrenic as a child, he spent much...

Karel Šebek

Michael Richardson

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...A poet and collagist on the margins of the Prague group during the 1960s, Šebek’s life was marked by mental illness and prolonged stays in clinical institutions, during which time he also took part in experiments with LSD. First introduced...

Sjón

Michael Richardson

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...Poet, novelist and lyricist, Sjón (whose name means sight) formed a surrealist group in Iceland in 1979 called Medúsa. He has published eight novels and books of poetry, plays, and librettos. As a lyricist, he wrote for the Sugar Cubes...

André Souris

Michael Richardson

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...A composer, conductor, musicologist and writer, André Souris took Erik Satie and Igor Stravinsky as his models. Meeting Paul Nougé at a concert in 1925 he joined the Belgian surrealists and his first composition to be performed was Choral...

Fernando De Szyszlo

Michael Richardson

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...A Peruvian painter and critic who trained in Lima, and who worked on the editorial committee of the review Las Moradas with the surrealist poet Emilio Adolfo Westphalen from 1947 to 1949, De Szyszlo left for Europe upon his marriage...

Yoshio Shimozato

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...An artist and photographer who belonged to several groups that promoted surrealist art. He was a founding member of the Nagoya Fōto Guruppe (Nagoya Photo Group, 1934–37) with Minoru Sakata and Chirū Yamanaka. He wrote about surrealism...

Minoru Sakata

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...A photographer and entrepreneur, Sakata started working for the Mainichi Shinbun newspaper in Osaka in 1926 and in the same year joined the Naniwa Shashin Kurabu (Naniwa Photo Club). In 1934, he moved to Nagoya in order to open the Kodak...