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Illustration: Mona Lisa Smoking a Pipe by Eugène Bataille subverts the Mona Lisa:

"Method of this work: literary montage. I have nothing to say only to show" [...] -- Walter Benjamin

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The term montage was first attested in the English language in 1929, it had been used in France as a term in cinematography since 1914.

It is a technique in film editing that can refer to:

A montage (literally "putting together") is an art form consisting of a number of smaller items put together. Some types of montage:

Juxtaposition

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