"After I first read the anthology,I used to look for other AC in past and contemporary artist, with many interesting results.
There is a nice piece by Max Ernst."
Here is the image that Juicy links to, "Etching for Tristan Tzara--L'Antitete - Monsieur Aa l'Antiphilosophe," 1948-49:
While we're at it, I'll add a couple I've been meaning to post for a while. To start with, Andy Warhol's "Oxidation Painting (in 12 Parts)," 1978. (Feel free to Google how it was made.) While it can be just seen as a basic multi-field painting, looking at the tiers of panels it looks to me like Warhol arranged them with some kind of sequence or, umm, flow in mind:
And here is a print by Jacques Callot, from "La Guerre de l'Amour," 1617.
Well, actually there Callot is just recording the choreography for a festival dedicated to love--festival that took place in an oval-shaped arena. Here is another one of the formations:
Still, it's pretty striking, isn't it?
Oh, and hi again! Long time no see. I know I've been pretty lax in posting here over the summer, but I will try to be more assiduous about it now that school has started again.