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Author photo. Man Ray (on right) with Salvador Dali (credit: Carl Van Vechten, Paris, June 16, 1934) (LoC Prints and Photographs, LC-USZ62-42535)

Man Ray (on right) with Salvador Dali (credit: Carl Van Vechten, Paris, June 16, 1934) (LoC Prints and Photographs, LC-USZ62-42535)

Man Ray (1890–1976)

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Includes the names: Man Ray, Emmanuel Rednitsky

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Self Portrait 164 copies, 1 review
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Man Ray in Paris (Photographer) 20 copies
Man Ray 16 copies, 1 review
1929 15 copies
Man Ray 13 copies
Facile (Photographer) 7 copies
Magie 4 copies
4Eyes 2 copies
4 Eyes #2 2 copies
KIKI. Souvenirs (Photographer) 2 copies
Emak Bakia 2 copies
Rayograph 1 copy
Man Ray 1 copy
Cadeau 1 copy
Man Ray 1 copy
The Lost Lunar Baedeker: Poems of Mina Loy (Cover photograph, some editions) 301 copies, 2 reviews
Man Ray Photographs (Contributor) 114 copies
Art of the Surrealists (Illustrator) 94 copies, 3 reviews
Surrealist Love Poems (Cover Artist & Photographer) 79 copies, 1 review
Kiki's Memoirs 64 copies, 1 review
The Shadow and its Shadow (Contributor) 53 copies
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Man Ray was born Emmanuel Radnitzky in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Russian Jewish immigrant parents. He became a modernist artist who spent most of his career in Paris. He produced major works in a variety of media, but considered himself primarily a painter. He contributed to the Dadaist and Surrealist movements. He was best known for his avant-garde photography, working with Lee Miller, his lover and assistant, and made several films.
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