Self Portrait in Beret, 1948 by Man Ray

Man Ray (born Emmanuel Radnitzky, ~ Man Ray was an American modernist artist who spent most of his career in Paris, France. He was a significant contributor to the Dada and Surrealist movements, although his ties to each were informal.

The man. The myth. The legend.

Marcel Duchamp photo by Alfred Stieglitz Palladium print, 1923

Auguste Rodin

François-Auguste-René Rodin (París, 12 de noviembre de 17 de noviembre de fue un escultor francés contemporáneo de la corriente impresionista.

Francis Picabia.Born: January 22, 1879, Paris, France Died: November 30, 1953, Paris, France Spouse: Gabrielle Buffet (m. 1909–1953) Movies: Entr'acte Periods: Surrealism, Cubism, Section d'Or, Modern art, Dada

Francis Picabia (born Francis-Maria Martinez de Picabia, - French avant-garde painter, poet and typographist. Photo by Alfred Stieglitz, 1915

Yves Tanguy The son of a sea captain

Photograph courtesy of Wolfgang Wittrock Kunsthadel, Düsseldorf.

Man Ray and Marcel Duchamp Playing Chess in Man Ray’s Studio at 2 Bis, Rue Ferou, Paris, 1960 -by Man Ray - @Maria Canavello Mrasek Canavello Mrasek Neves O'Mahony García Díez

studio: Man Ray & Marcel Duchamp Playing Chess in Man Ray’s Studio at 2 Bis, Rue Ferou, Paris, 1960 -by Man Ray. Got to learn chess first.

Dada Dadaismo Moinesti, Rumania, 1896-París, 1963

Dada Dadaismo Moinesti, Rumania, 1896-París, 1963

Frank Stella, New York, 1964 by Ugo Malas

Frank Stella (born May is an American painter and printmaker, noted for his work in the areas of minimalism and post-painterly abstraction. Stella continues to live and work in New York.

marcel duchamp, art history

Portrait multiple de Marcel Duchamp (Five-Way Portrait of Marcel Duchamp) Unidentified photographer Gelatin silver print, 1917

Marcel Duchamp et Man Ray jouant aux échecs sur les toits du Théâtre des Champs Elysées, Paris (playing chess on the roof of the Théâtre des...

Marcel Duchamp and Man Ray Playing Chess on the Roof of the Théâtre des Champs Elysées, Paris, from René Clair and Francis Picabia’s Film “Entr’acte,” 1924

Rene Clair and Francis Picabia’s breakthrough, reversible ending of their Dadaist film, L’entr-acte (1924)

“ Rene Clair and Francis Picabia’s breakthrough, reversible ending of their Dadaist film, L’entr-acte ”

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