Guillaume Apollinaire coined the word "surrealism," but no single term can define his style. He could also be
classical, yet sometimes romantic, often deeply erotic and at other times chaste. His poetry quickly brings to
mind the photographs of Arthur Tress, one of our era's most creative visionaries, another surrealist, classicist,
romantic, sometimes chaste yet often erotic artist. Tress, like Apollinaire, has never been content to repeat
himself, yet his work is always unmistakably and uniquely his own. In Memories we pair 11 of Tress's most
famous images with a selection of Apollinaire's finest work in a brilliant, new translation by Dafydd Wood.
Poems by Guillaume Apollinaire
Translated by Dafydd Wood
Introduction by John Wood
Edition of 40 numbered copies
10 bound, plus 1 fully signed and free-standing, platinum prints
16" x 16"
Handcrafted in the United States