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Man Ray Emmanuel Radnitzky American, — Glancing down, he noticed that by chance they had formed an abstract pattern. Comparing the accidental pattern with shadows that a dancer might have cast, he incorporated it into his composition. The dancer is outlined in grey and white at the top of the canvas , her legs and fluttering skirt shown in various positions simultaneously. A type of theatrical variety show, developed in the early s in America, that remained the most popular form of entertainment until radio and film supplanted it in the late s. It incorporated an array of short performances like singing, ventriloquism, plate-spinning, contortionists, dancing, performing animals, and, at its heart, comedy.
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Post a Comment. This short autobiography is no longer in print. I found it at the Strand and bought it with the hope for a light read about an interesting man. This was a success, albeit the writing style was a little less dissecting than desired. Penrose believe Man Ray to be a genius, even if he was incapable of describing the details that made him so. Penrose begins with Man's early life and works of art that he then describes.
His father was a tailor and his mother a seamstress. He was named Emmanuel Radnitzky but was known as Manny. The family moved to Brooklyn, New York in and changed their last name to Ray due to the prevalent anti-semitism of the time and place. The world was upside down in Political freedom and freedom of speech were foremost on the minds of the new bohemians. A coalition of freespeech activists, socialists, and anarchists opened the Ferrer Center on St. The center, named after Spanish freethinker and revolutionary Francisco Ferrer, was the home of the Modern School, a libertarian school for children.
Extrait de Danger/Dancer (1917-1920) de Man Ray
Man Ray: The darling of the revolutionary set (art revolution that is)