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    Surrealist Chessboard, 1934. Photomontage: Man Ray. Published in Georges Hugnet (ed.), Petite anthologie poétique du surréalisme, Paris, 1934. From left to right: André Breton, Max Ernst, Salvador Dalí, Hans Arp, Yves Tanguy, René Char, René Crevel, Paul Eluard, Giorgio de Chirico, Alberto Giacometti, Tristan Tzara, Pablo Picasso, René Magritte, Victor Brauner, Benjamin Péret, Gui Rosey, Joan Miró, E.L.T. Mesens, Georges Hugnet, Man Ray

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