Ray, Man – Photography and It’s Trouble – Catalogue Centre George Pompidou, Paris, 1998



Tekst: Emmanuelle de l’Ecotais e.a.

Uitvoering: Gebonden 

Aantal pagina’s: 260

Illustraties: Zwart-wit

Uitgever: Laurence King, 1998

Taal: Engels

Staat: Uitstekend

Catalogus bij de tentoonstelling in het Centre George Pompidou, Paris, 1998

Man Ray was one of this century’s great experimenters; his photographs, Rayographs and solarizations form many of the most original images to be produced in the first half of the 20th century. A notable chronicler of the international avant-garde, Man Ray’s portraits included those of Nancy Cunard, Lee Miller, Yves Tanguy and Marcel Duchamp. Many of his nude studies and still lives have now become iconic images in their own right. This monograph reveals some previously unpublished photographs, including various erotic compositions. It shows not only finished photographs but also Man Ray’s working processes – crops, background manipulation and together methods. The text, which features essays by a team of international specialists, focuses on Man Ray’s career as a photographer, his methods of invention and his unique treatment of Surrealism.