Magician on Paper ...and the Magic of Objects
Man Ray (1890–1976) is one of the most important representatives of Dadaism and Surrealism and is regarded based on the multifaceted character of his work as a person who provided avant-garde impulses for the twentieth-century history of photography and film.
The catalog accompanies the exhibition at the Kunsthalle Jesuitenkirche in Aschaffenburg and brings together roughly 100 works from various phases of work and media. One particular focus is on Man Ray’s “Rayographs.” Around 1919/20, the artist began experimenting with photograms. In doing so, he positioned everyday objects on photo paper and exposed them to various light sources. The blurred contours of these “photos without a camera” exerted a great appeal on the Dadaists and subsequently the Surrealists. The poet Jean Cocteau thus also described Man Ray as a “poet of the darkroom.”
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15,3 × 21,5 cm
91 colored and 37 b/w illustrations
Languages: German, English
Christiane Ladleif, Thomas Levy
Belinda Grace Gardner, Jochen Siemensa
Claas Möller, claasbooks.de, Hamburg
Man Ray – Magier Auf Papier …und der Zauber der Dinge | Man Ray – Magician on Paper ...and the Magic of Objects 03.07. – 24.10.2021, Kunsthalle Jesuitenkirche, Museen der Stadt Aschaffenburg, www.museen-aschaffenburg.de