By Alison Tyler
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But these artists, also frequent targets of state efforts to punish offenses to public morality, individually left Berlin in the early 1930s with the rise of National Socialism—Grosz for the United States, John Heartﬁeld for Prague in 1933. Bellmer’s professional isolation was thus a cruel fact, but it is striking, on the other hand, that every member of his immediate family participated in some way in the construction of the doll. Everyone, that is, except the father, and even he was involved, unwittingly and indirectly, for it was his money that Maria Bellmer sent surreptitiously to their unemployed artist son.
The polarities Bellmer establishes in his essay—between childhood exuberance and adult rigidity, between a world of joy, games, song, and laughter and that of obedience, supervision, oppression, and self-satisﬁed power— are conventional tropes of the avant-garde for the free-spirited artist pitted against the corrupt bourgeois. Perhaps this is one reason for the nearly universal, unquestioning acceptance in the literature of Bellmer’s promotion of his art as a liberating struggle against the father, the police, and, ultimately, fascism and the state.
27 All this said, what does the documented psychoanalytic sophistication of these artists mean for an interpretation of the latent content of their work? 28 Ades observes the recurrence in this picture and others of certain images (such as the grasshopper) that Dalí associated with juvenile memories; at the same time, she points to the artist’s avowed enthusiasm for Freud’s Interpretation of Dreams. The repetition of motifs, she believes, “must be thematically signiﬁcant, and suggests, given Dalí’s references to his childhood and his known state of mind at the time, that they must be linked to some dominant obsession.
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