By Marc Chagall
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Also, before one really has the right to speak in such a way one must in the ﬁrst place be a painter of great intelligence and one must have been capable of painting the paintings which only I have succeeded in painting in the ﬁrst half of our century. The present method of dealing with art, the method used by fools, thieves and pimps has since spread throughout the entire world, but the origin and centre of it all were in Paris. Now that I have written frankly what I think of modern painting and of those who have supported it and spread it abroad and are still doing so, I will return to my memories, observations, reﬂections and personal adventures.
And so on, always in the same vein. Breton would give orders and issue instructions; scribes and stenographers would rush up with paper and shorthand pens so that they would not lose a single word of all the idiocies which the pseudo-medium rattled off. I learnt later that in Breton’s studio punitive expeditions were sometimes launched against the St-Sulpice district, which is the Catholic quarter of Paris, where there were many religious bookshops and many shops selling sacred images. In Paris there were two forms of snobbery, especially among certain literati.
His tragedy and his greatness. Their joint mental adventures. d. Courtesy of Aube Elle´oue¨t. 15 Memoirs of Surrealism Vieux-Colombier to hear him speak. What Jacqueline had most feared, had happened. Artaud, unable to put his papers or thoughts together, had swept them off the podium, and they all wept. Jacqueline, telling me about it, in her low voice, wept again. She talked about things large and less so, about the Andre´ she had loved. Small things sometimes, like his not wanting to be seen without his shoes on—Jacqueline enjoyed going barefooted.