LOUIS ARAGON (1897-1982) ANDRE BRETON (1896-1966) “PROTEST”. SURREALISM Typed leaflet. N.p. May 1926.

Lotto 674
2 p. printed in red. Angular fading. In French. «Protest. It is not acceptable that thought should be at the command of money. [...]. It is in this sense that the participation of the painters Max Ernst and Joan Miró in the next Ballets Russes show [for the sets and costumes of Romeo and Juliet] cannot imply with theirs the downgrading of the surrealist idea. An essentially subversive idea, which cannot deal with such undertakings [...].”