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Exhibition in Moscow: Man Ray. Portraits
11.10.2013 20:56
Exhibition in Moscow: Man Ray. Portraits
Portraits by Man Ray in Moscow

 The first large-scale retrospective of Man Ray, who turned photography into high art, will be opened from October 30 in the Museum of Private Collections.

      His name is associated with a wide range of styles and trends: from dadaism and surrealism to abstract and commercial photography.

      The exhibition will present more than 100 photos created by the master within 60 years:  from 1916 to 1976. These are portraits of contemporaries, celebrities, friends and beloved ones.  Among them there is Jean Cocteau, Max Ernst, Salvador Dalí, Paul Éluard, Pablo Picasso, Peggy Guggenheim, Lee Miller, Coco Chanel and many others.

      The exhibition will be held till January 19, 2014.




Author: Vera Ivanova

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