so creepy, so goodfirst photography are awesome !
Thanks Pierre. I found some photography mags from the 30s and 40s so should be able to post some good stuff soon. These were leftovers from the first Artaud post (and I don't remember why the the scans turned out so bad).Also, typo in the blog title fixed! Oof.
Thank you for posting this, Artaud always feels fresh to me.
Thanks, Will. Love Artaud.I'm thinking about translating some Jahnn stuff. Thought you'd be interested. I'll keep you updated.
oh that strange and wonderful artaud. these are fantastic and surreal and just a little bit creepy. hooray! thank you for posting these.
will,if you're still interested in Lotar,there's bunch of his photos at RMN site,here: http://www.photo.rmn.fr/cf/htm/CSearchT.aspx?V=CSearchT&SID=2K1KTS2KPNZIW&E=S_2K1KTS2KPNZIW&NoR=500&New=Ti only knew about his work with Germaine Krull and Jarry theatre but apparently he was into movies and dead animals as well;]
I didn't realize Lotar took those photos of Bataille in priest garb on the set of Renoir's Partie de campagne (I should try to see that movie).Belatedly, Matt -- I would love to see your Jahnn translations (not sure how to get in touch with you to nag)!