Paul Nougé was the leader of the Belgian Surrealists and became known for a collection of 19 black and white photographs titled “La Subversion des Images”, taken between late 1929 to early 1930.  He was also known for his poetry and his “anti-art” views, sitting alongside the Dadaists who came before the Surrealists.  But it’s his eerie yet comical (and yes, surreal) photos that made their mark and are being celebrated today.  They almost feel as if they are a sequence of events in a film, one that I would be so inclined to see.