Still Life, Adventures in Taxidermy. Milgrom, Melissa. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 2010.

Stieglitz, A Memoir/Biography. Lowe, Sue Davidson. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Publications. 1983.

Man Ray. Penrose, Roland. Thames and Hudson, Ltd., London. 1975.

Surrealist Art. Ades, Dawn. The Art Institute of Chicago. Thames and Hudson, Ltd. London. 1997.

Metropolitan Museum of Art, Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History



1. Cadavre Exquis with Yves Tanguy, Joan Miró, Max Morise, Man Ray. 1927.

2. Man Ray, Surrealist chessboard, 1934 © SABAM Belgium. 2009. or

3. Surrealists.

4. Man Ray, André Breton, Yves Tanguy, Max Morise. Exquisite Corpse, 1928.

5a., 5b. Collection of M. Field. 2015.

6. Oxycodone.

7. Man Ray. or

8. Marcel Duchamp.
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9. Sigmund Freud. or

10. Le Violon D’Ingres. Man Ray. 1924. or’ingres-ingres’s-violin-american-1924/

11. Alfred Stieglitz. Self portrait (photograph). 1890.

12. The Steerage. Alfed Stieglitz. 1907. Aboard The SS Kaiser Wilhelm II.

12a. L.H.O.O.Q. Marcel DuChamp. 1919. In French, the title pronounced out loud sounds like “Elle a chaud au cul.” “She has a hot ass” or “She is hot in the ass” meaning she… well… you get the meaning.

13. Artists in Exile. 1942. Peggy Guggenheim’s apartment, New York. Front row: Stanley William Hayter, Leonara Carrington, Frederick Kiesler, Kurt Seligmann. Second Row: Max Ernst, Amedee Ozenfant, Andre Breton, Fernand Leger, Berenice Abbott. Third Row: Jimmy Ernst, Peggy Guggenheim, John Ferren, Marcel Duchamp, Piet Mondrian.

14. Fountain. Marcel Duchamp. Photographed by Alfred Stieglitz. 1917. 291 (Art Gallery), Society of Independent Artists Exhibit. The entry tag is clearly visible.

15. The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living. Damien Hirst. 1991.

16. Two Fucking, Two Watching. Damien Hirst. 1995. Rotting cow and bull. They are, well, doing it, by means of an hydraulic device. Banned by New York public health officials for fear of the stench causing “vomiting among visitors.”

17. Emily Mayer.

18. Final Voyage, Precious Cargo. Emily Mayer.

19. Erotique Voilée (Veiled Erotic). Man Ray. 1933.

20. Object (Le Déjeuner en Fourrure). Meret Oppenheim. 1936. Museum of Modern Art.

21. Le Festin or Cannibal Feast. Meret Oppenheim. 1959. Photo: William Klein for Vogue Magazine, 1959. Oppenheim uses a female nude as the base for an erotic and carnal feast for E.R.O.S. (Exposition inteRnatiOnal du Surrealisme), 1959-1960. People cited, Andre Breton, Elléouët Aube, Radovan Ivsic, Jean Schuster, Robert Benayoun, Jean-Louis Bedouin, Joyce Mansour, Mimi Parent, André Pieyre Mandiargues.

22. Portrait of Ubu. Dora Maar. 1936.

22a. Un Chien Andalou. Luis Buñel. 1929. Movie poster.

23. Un Chien Andalou. Woman’s eye.

24. Un Chien Andalou. Luis Buñel and Salvador Dali. The eye of a dead calf with bleached hide to look like human skin.

25. Tacky curio cabinet. Unknown.

26. Beer Bottle Collection.

27. Musei Wormiani Historia. The frontispiece from the Museum Wormianum depicting Ole Worm’s Cabinet of Curiosities.

28. The Field Museum of Natural History. Chicago, Illinois.

29. The Field Museum of Natural History. World’s Fair. Chicago, Illinois.

30. Signification (Hope, Immortality and Death in Paris, Now and Then). Damien Hirst. 2014. Damien Hirst and Science Ltd.

31. The Allegory of 99 Wolves. Cai Guo-Qiang.