Rene Magrit i Žoržet Berže

Ljubav belgijskog slikara Rene Magrita i njegove supruge Žoržet na osnovu ovih fotografija čini se drugačijom u odnosu na motiv koji je slikar često ponavljao na svojim platnima: par koji se ljubi ima belim velom prekrivena lica. Otudjenje, nemogućnost konačne spoznaje drugog, usled nemogućnosti spoznaje sebe, ironična distanca u odnosu na shvatanje „romantične ljubavi“, nešto „daleko u nama“ koje se opire potpunoj predaji drugome – sve to mogu biti interpretacije čuvene Magritove slike Les amants, ali, naravno, ne i jedine, prihvatljive i dovoljno ubedljive.

Slikar se možda, baš kao i junak Čehovljeve pripovetke, „samo šalio“Ljubavna priča Žoržet i Rene Magrita ekvivalentna je odnosu Salvadora i Gale Dali, ali sa manje dramatike i medijske pompe. Naredne fotografije, kao i odlomak koji opisuje kako se par upoznao, jedna su strana ogledala. Druga strana, kada se isto izvrne, jeste Magritovo zagonetno, bizarno i neobjašnjivo zbunjujuće slikarstvo. Kamingsova pesma o sećanju i poljupcu, nastala u približno isto vreme kada i pomenuta slika, na sebi svojstven način, miri strane ogledala: onu koja odražava stvarnost i onu koja odražava umetnost.

At the age of 15, Magritte met Georgette Berger, the girl who would be his future wife, model and creative muse. Here’s an account of the meeting from Marcel Paquet: „The monotony of everyday life in Charleroi was interrupted not only by the pleasures of the cinema but also by the annual fair, which took place at the Place du Manege opposite the Musee des Beaux-Arts, in direct proximity to the Palais des Beaux-Arts, home of one of Magritte’s most famous frescoes, The Ignorant Fairy. The fair of 1913 was to confer a lustre upon his life for ever more. A merry-go-round salon stood between the stalls and various amusements, a fairground institution which is no longer to be found. After a turn on the wooden horses, the boys and girls would walk around hand in hand, to the strains of a Limonaire organ. This merry-go-round was among those places where boys and girls met to embark upon their first flirtations. Magritte, who was fifteen that year, invited a little girl not yet even thirteen to a round: Georgette. Her father was a butcher in Marcinelle. Love was clearly already in the air at their first rendezvous: while life was to separate the two of them for some time, they would find each other again in the end, thereafter never to be parted.“ […] In 1920 he met Georgette Berger again after she moved to Brussels with her sister. Georgette worked at Maison de la Culture, also as a wallpaper artist, and they rekindled their interest in each other. She became his only model and muse. *

up into the silence the green
silence with a white earth in it

you will(kiss me)go

out into the morning the young
morning with a warm world in it

(kiss me)you will go

on into the sunlight the fine
sunlight with a firm day in it

you will go(kiss me

down into your memory and
a memory and memory

i)kiss me,(will go)

– E.E. Cummings

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