The anamorphic sculptures made of items recycled by the French artist Bernard Pras. Born in 1952 in Roumazieres and graduated in Toulouse, from the early nineties begins to produce a series of portraits, decipherable only by a precise distance and angle
Surrealism surged during the and art copied dreams. Fantasy and imagination were paramount, and drugs were often involved. Here is a Dali piece; Dali and Schiaparelli were friends who played off each other's ideas. “The Horseman of Death”, Salvador Dalí.