Man Ray in Paris
The American Modernist Man Ray (1890-1976) spent the 1920s and 1930s in Paris, where experimental expression was flourishing. This vividly demonstrates, through Erin C. Garcia's fascinating introduction as well as eighty-five black-and-white photographs, why Man Ray is still considered to be one of the most inventive and exciting artists of the twentieth century. Chapters: • Plates: Photographs 1920-1939 • Playing Games • Rayographs • Les Champs Délicieux • Women • Electricité • Solarization • Experiments in Colour • Objects.
Size240 x 190mm