ALS OB - Supliment Arte Vizuale (Pagini Alb-negru)
ALS OB - Supliment Arte Vizuale (Pagini Alb-negru)
ALS OB - Supliment Arte Vizuale (Pagini Alb-negru)
ALS OB - Supliment Arte Vizuale (Pagini Alb-negru)

ALS OB - Supliment Arte Vizuale (Pagini Alb-negru)

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    de Philippe HalsmanPhilippe Halsman - Autoportret

    There was nothing ordinary about Salvador Dali . . . nothingordinary about his life and nothing ordinary about his art. So, it isnot surprising that a photographic portrait of Salvador Dali shouldreflect the eccentric nature of his life and work. Perhaps mostfamous of the variety of unusual photographs made of SalvadorDali is the most unusual Dali Atomicus by Philippe Halsman.

    How was this impossible-looking photograph made?The photograph was made in the New York Studio of PhilippeHalsman in 1948. The photograph was taken with Halsmans 4 x 5

    format twin lens reflex camera. In order to make the photograph,the easel, two Dali paintings, and the step stool were suspendedfrom the ceiling by strings. So these items were probably quite light,or the string was quite strong! Halsmans wife held the chair in theair. Note that one leg of the chair is not in the picture, becauseHalsmans wife is holding one leg. So, all of these items whileappearing to be part of the massive confusion and motion of thepicture, are actually fixed in place.The parts that are moving, and that required the precise timing arethe cats, water and Dali himself. Yes, the cats are in fact flyingthrough the air as they appear to be in the picture. The timingsequence was pretty simple. Halsman began to count, and on threehis assistants threw the cats and water, and then on four Dali

    jumped in the air while Halsman took the photograph.Of course to get the perfect picture took not only careful timing butgood luck as well. After taking a picture, Halsman wouldimmediately go to the dark room and develop it (imagine that digi-camera users!). He would then come back and try again. Andagain. It took a number of tries to get the perfect timing andperfect picture. Halsman wrote that it took six hours and twenty-eight throws to get the picture that we now know as Dalisatomicus. Halsman indicated that the cats were not harmed in themaking of the photograph. Insane.

    Philippe Halsman was a Latvian-born American portrait photographer. Born to a

    Jewish family, Halsman studied electrical engineering in Dresden. In September 1928,

    Halsman went on a hiking tour in the Austrian Alps with his father, Morduch, who diedfrom severe head injuries. Halsman was sentenced t o four years imprisonment for

    patricide, but the circumstances were never clarified.

    Halsman consequently left Austria for France. He began contributing to fashion

    magazines such as Vogue and soon gained a reputation as one of the best portrait

    photographers in France. When France was invaded, Halsman fled to Marseille and he

    eventually managed to obtain a U.S.visa.

    In 1941 Halsman met the surrealist artist Salvador Dal and they began to collaborate in

    the late 1940s.

    In 1951 Halsman was commissioned by NBC to photograph various popular comedians of

    the time including Milton Berle, Sid Caesar, Gr oucho Marx, and Bob Hope. While

    photographing the comedians doing their acts, he captured many of the comedians in

    mid air, which went on t o inspire many later jump pictures of celebrities including the

    Ford family, The Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Marilyn Monroe, Mara Flix and

    Richard Nixon.