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Herbert List - Flirt in Capri #1, Italy, 1936 fotografia artistica

Corpi scolpiti sotto il sole accecante del mediterraneo si stagliano negli scatti di Herbert List il maestro della fotografia artistica di nudo maschile

Goldfish Bowl. Santorini, Greece. 1937. - Herbert List Print – Magnum Photos

Herbert List left Germany in the 1930s. He embarked on extensive travels through Greece and Italy, stopping in London and Paris in a search for his language of form between New Objectivity and Surrealism. Immersed in the classical architecture of Athens and the surrealists’ paintings of De Chirico and Max Ernst, List tenaciously produced works focused on form and composition. He used the Mediterranean light to transform mundane objects into surreal compositions.

Herbert List - Goldfish Bowl, Santorini, Greece, 1937 [***]

Herbert List - Goldfish Bowl, Santorini, Greece, 1937 [***]

Felice Casorati by Herbert List, Turin, 1949. The painter and sculptor in the window of his studio

The studio has long been the artist’s inner sanctum — a place where masterpieces are made, away from prying eyes and the distractions of the outside world. But

Athens, Greece, 1937. “Spirit of Lycabettus.” Photographs of mortals, stones and spirits by Herbert List. Haunting, mystical, epic, and sometimes funny. Above, Lycabettus. Above, the shadows of Poseidon’s Temple. Above, Santorini Island, 1937. “The captive fish in its bowl and the open sea symbolize man who, being tied to earth, can never quite break free...  Read more »

Athens, Greece, 1937. "Spirit of Lycabettus." Photographs of mortals, stones and spirits by Herbert List. Haunting, mystical, epic, and sometimes funny. Above, Lycabettus. Above, the shadows of Poseidon's Temple. Above, Santorini Island, 1937. "The captive fish in its bowl and the open sea symbolize man who, being tied to earth, can never quite break free from matter, and who, while having intimations of a sublime world is yet unable to immerse himself in it because he is trapped in his…