Category: surrealism

Yasmin Le Bon in a Chanel Evening Dress, British VOGUE, London, 1986, Ph. Horst P. Horst

Melvin Solosky, Paris, 1965

Lumiere Street II, 1963 Ph. Melvin Sokolsky

Lumiere Street II, 1963 Ph. Melvin Sokolsky

Paula Abdul photographed by Robert Lobetta for her second studio album ‘Spellbound’, February 1991

Lisa Fonssagrives in Chicken Hat photographed by Irving Penn, New York, 1949

Sarah Burton by Fabien Baron & David Burton (March 2012)

Christy Turlington photographed by Matthew Rolston, Manta Ray, The Surreal Thing, Series, New York, 1987


Heinz Hajek-Halke, German experimental photographer, 1898–1983. 

He experimented with photographic techniques — among them light montages, double exposures, photo collages and photo montages. One special technique is “combi-photography,” in which Hajek-Halke mounted several negatives for one print. His pictures were innovative and made use of the newly discovered possibilities for manipulating photographs. His work connected the photography of “Neues Sehen” [New Seeing] with the experiments of the group “fotoform” and of “subjective photography” in Germany of the post-war era.