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Hans Bellmer

Katowice 1902 - Parijs 1975

The artist Hans Bellmer, originally from Poland, published anonymous photographs of his dolls in the book 'Die Puppe' (the doll) in 1934. Although the maker was unknown, the German regime declared the work 'Entartet' (degenerate). This caused Bellmer to flee to Paris, where he met the surrealist artists. Bellmer spent most of the Second World War in prison, for forging passports.

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