Man Ray Research Paper

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The most famous work of Man Ray is recognized as "The violin of Ingres", became iconic images of the twentieth century.
I pose for this picture of Kiki de Montparnasse notorious (Kiki de Montparnasse) - muse of famous artists of Paris. The work of Man Ray - something like a photographic pun, "untranslatable play on words", and accurate manner.
"Ingres violin" - the literal translation of the French idiom violon d'Ingres (literally, it was his "strong point", his weakness, his favorite pastime). The origin of this expression is required to the famous French artist Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (1780-1867), played the violin since then the French have become all about artistic hobby is called by its name.
Man Ray (1890-1976) - French and American artist, photographer and filmmaker, whose work has had a tremendous impact on avant-garde art of the XX century, from Dada and surrealism to the abstract and commercial photography.
In 1908 - 1912 years. Man Ray studied art in New York. Man Ray became interested in photography of Alfred Stieglitz. Thanks Stiglitz met with the European avant-garde. The first personal exhibition was held in New York in 1915. In 1918 he began to seriously engage in photography and cinema, experimenting with different technologies (photogram (rayografiya), solarization, and others.).
Together with Marcel Duchamp
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He took off a few avant-garde films, and he also starred in the famous film, Rene Clair's "Intermission." He created a series of photographic portraits of famous Erik Satie, James Joyce, Gertrude Stein, Jean Cocteau, a series of nudes, who posed for the young artist, and at the same time surrealist friend Man Ray, Meret Oppenheim. Together with his assistant, Berenice Abbott opened the photo of Eugene Atget, entering it in the circle of the Surrealists and the attention of a wider

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