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Man Ray, Serge Lifar in Romeo et Juliette, 1926. Costume design by Joan Miro

Man Ray, Serge Lifar in Romeo et Juliette, Costume design by Joan Miro

Dadaismo- Man Ray (1890-1976)

PATAFISICA di un movimento immaginario

Man Ray - Tears, 1930 photographe surréaliste J'aime le côté dramatique dans l'image. Je trouve la cadrage très intéressant et hors du commun.

Le Violon d'Ingres by Man Ray, 1924

Man Ray / "Tears" / 1930 / Photography / He is noted for his work with photograms, which he called "rayographs" in reference to himself.

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© Man Ray (aka Emmanuel Radnitzky), Noire et blanche Man Ray’s Noire et blanche is a photograph exemplary of Surrealist art. The striking faces of the pale model and the dark mask have a.

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Man Ray, Indestructible Object (Object to be Destroyed) - Destroyed by ManRay 1923

Juliet Man Ray photo by Man Ray (1945)

Man Ray - Juliet Browner wrapped in scarf 1945 (possibly influenced by Erwin Blumenfeld's 1937 image?

man ray: tears.... my ultimate fav photo by my ultimate fav photographer... REAL PHOTOGRAPHY, REAL ART

Man Ray Les Larmes (Glass tears) The model is in fact not a real woman but a fashion mannequin with glass bead tears on the cheeks. Here, again, Man Ray is exploring his interest in the real and unreal by challenging the meaning of still-life photography.

M Ray MAN RAY : ( 1890 - 1976 ) Surrealism / Dada / Photographer : More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Man Ray, Self portrait. Born Emmanuel Radnitzky, Man Ray grew up in America but spent the greater part of his life as an migr in Paris.

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An entry from smatterings of an aesthetic

Photography by Man Ray-" Mains "-" Hands " corrodedvessel: “I used to think that I could never lose anyone if I photographed them enough. In fact, my pictures show me how much I’ve lost.” — Nan Goldin, excerpt from Couples and Loneliness

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