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Man RayHumor, sex, and a new camera

Man Ray was a U.S. Sculptor born on August 27, 1890. Ray contributed to the Dadaist, and Surrealist movements and died on November 18, 1976. Get notified when Man Ray's biography is complete:

The Riddle of Isidore Ducasse

1920

Kiki de Montparnasse

1920

Gift

1921

Portrait Of Rose Sélavy

1921

The Kiss

1922

Ingres's Violin

1924

Rayograph - 1925

1925

Dragonfly

1926

Decanter

1926

Emak Bakia

1926

Black and White

1926

Woman with Long Hair

1929

Prayer

1930

Portrait of André Breton

1930

Atelier Composition

1933

Self Portrait with the Lamp

1934

Observatory Time - The Lovers

1932-1934

Space Writing (Self Portrait)

1935

Observatory Time - The Lovers (Photograph)

1936

Untitled - 1936

1936

I’d like to find and lose the philosopher’s stone. Make love and never lose control. Remove a great number of living beings with impunity. Afterward resuscitate a very small number of the dead.

Convulsionnaires

1937

Pisces

1938

Aurelien

1944

Shakespearean Equation - Twelfth Night

1948

Indestructible Object

1923-1958

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