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Photo taken in 1944 after a reading of Picasso’s play El Deseo Pillado por la Cola. I found the image on Twitter.
Standing from left to right: Jacques Lacan, Cécile Éluard, Pierre Reverdy, Louise Leiris, Pablo Picasso, Zanie de Campan, Valentine Hugo, Simone de Beauvoir, Brassaï. Sitting, from left to right: Jean-Paul Sartre, Albert Camus, Michel Leiris, Jean Aubier. Photo by Brassaï.
“I have a very old and very faithful attachment for dogs. I like them because they always forgive.” – Albert Camus, The Fall
That dog looks like something from a creepy pasta.
So then I said to Woody Allen: "Camus can do, but Sartre is smartre"
Imagine being the guy on the left and thinking "boy, I’ll go down in history thanks to this picture", only to have his face blurred out.
Camus was brilliant in a way that was very special. I look around today and I cannot find anyone of equivalent intellect, depth, and wisdom.
Damn, that is a heavy weight bunch of people
I’ve always wondered why the hell Picasso survived in Occupied France. A communist and the author of the Gernika. After all, Franco was furious that many republicans went into exile into France but was later really pleased with the germans sending many of them back.
And Im sure he wanted Picasso too.