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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     Self-portrait, Paris     1932  “Cher Tzara. Dada cannot live in New York. All New York is dada, and will not tolerate a rival.” Man Ray, in a note to Tristan Tzara discussing Man Ray’s opinion that it was impossible to spread dada in New York.  1921

Self-Portrait printed after 1960 Man Ray Born: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1890 Died: Paris, France 1976 Pierre Gassmann (Printer) solarized gelatin silver print image: 11 x 8 in.) Smithsonian American Art Museum Gift of Lucien Treillard

MAN RAY (1890-1976), Dora MAAR (1907-1997), and Paul ELUARD (as 'Didier Desroches'; 1895-1952). Le Temps déborde. Paris: Cahiers d'Arts, 1947. 4° (247 x 185mm).

MAN RAY Dora MAAR and Paul ELUARD (as 'Didier Desroches'; Paris: Cahiers d'Arts, x Frontispiece and 10 illustrations after photographs by Man Ray and Dora Maar.

fotojournalismus:  Man Ray in Paris, 1972. [Credit : Ara Güler]

kvetchlandia: “ fotojournalismus: “ Man Ray in Paris, [Credit : Ara Güler] ” What a great photo of Man Ray. Although I know Ara Güler’s work, I’d never seen this shot before.

Man Ray, Self-Portrait with gun 1930′s - Man Ray (1890 – 1976), born Emmanuel Radnitzky, one of the 25 most influential artists of the 20th century. Perhaps best described simply as a modernist, he was a significant contributor to both the Dada and Surrealist movements, although his ties to each were informal. Best known in the art world for his avant-garde photography, Man Ray produced major works in a variety of media and considered himself a painter above all.

☆ Self-Portrait with Gun Photographer Emmanuel Radnitzky -aKa- Man Ray ☆

Man Ray. African art and sculpture was one of the influences on the Cubist movement.

Man Ray Simone Kahn,” wife of Surrealist leader Andre Breton, lying on her back and gazing at the viewer, while holding on her stomach a sculpted Vanuatu male figure from eastern Malekula.

Man Ray, Marquise Casati, 1922

From ARS/Art Resource, Man Ray, Marquise Casati Silver positive on glass plate

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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.