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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I love this photo. The smile on her lips looks seductive, playful and mysterious all at once. I think the reflection makes this photo and makes me fall in love with it as well. By Valerie Galloway - Doppleganger,

Man Ray "Noire et Blanche" 1926

© 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 photo - International Exhibition of Surrealism 1938

Man Ray - International Exhibition of Surrealism, S) The netting over the head illustrates similarities to Schiap's work because she focused on the waist up and in many designs one can see unconventional hats or veils.

Man Ray. Although commonly dubbed as the photogram today, there’s a pleasant science-fiction flavor to Man Ray‘s original coinage, the Rayograph. It’s basically a photograph, although one created without the use of a camera. A Rayograph is created by placing objects directly onto a chemically “sensitized” surface and then exposing them to light

Photogram - Man Ray I like the way the paper curls in this photogram, I want to try this so I will prepare some curled paper ready to photogram

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.

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