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Man Ray

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Linda Gallego

on 6 December 2012

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Transcript of Man Ray

Man Ray MAN RAY Linda Daniela Gallego S. MAN RAY Man Ray Influences Man Ray Artwork "Larmes" 27 August 1890 – 18 November 1976
(86 years) Born: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Died: Paris, France. Painting Man Ray was influenced by Marcel Duchamp, one of the most important artists of the 20th century. He successfully navigated the worlds of commercial and fine art, and came to be a sought-after fashion photographer. The artist demonstrate the use of the element of space, in paintings such as "La fortune". The artist demonstrate the use of the element of line the painting: "A night at Saint Jean-de-Luz". I can see the principle of balance in the artwork of the artist, called: "Violon d'Ingres" The artist plays with the element of proportion in the artwork: "Observatory time the lovers" I like the unusual part of the artwork of this artist, and it is interesting how he used usual objects to create art. Man Ray
Emmanuel Radnitzky Photography
Assemblage Film Collage "All critics should be assassinated." -Man Ray "Noire et blanche" "Fountain" -Marcel Duchamp "Lee Miller" "Cadeau" "Blue bread" "Indestructible object"
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