Featuring Artists and Writers
of Extreme Vision.
Top: Self-Portrait with Stanslaw Weingarten, 1921, charcoal
Above: Sadistic Women, 1919, charcoal on paper.
*Editor's Note: Bruno Schulz did not himself wish to be featured
on The Site at MANOVERBOARD.com.
However, as one of the most important artists of extreme vision, the
Editor has decided to feature him on The Site at MANOVERBOARD.com.
during the month of May 1999. Bruno Schulz, a Jewish Pole, was born
in Drohobycz in 1892 and died there in 1942. His drawings, prints
and fiction are increasingly recognized as major contributions during
one of the most complex moments in cultural history. The Editor recommends
reading Schulz's Sanatorium Under the Sign of the Hourglass (1937),
recently republished by Mariner Books.