Fine Art Photography
I really like this image. I like how the face is distorted through the glass and i feel like i can use this in my own photography and develop it further by putting drops of food colouring in water and putting that in front of someone's face.
Le Violon d'Ingres by Man Ray, 1924 - galleryIntell
Man Ray's "Le Violin d'Ingres" is inspired by Ingres' portrayal of women. Notice that her arms are positioned out of view!
Scanogram: Man Ray
After discussing Man Ray in class, I decided to look at some of his work and thought that this composition was not only pleasing to the eye but almost defies the laws of gravity and space. Man Ray's work, which dated back to the 1920's is somewhat similar to this modern scanogram I found on the internet. Although Man Ray's at the top appears to carry an older/antique quality, the parallel's between the highlights seen through curvature of the paper are both similar.
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L'Heure de l' Observatoire: Man Ray, Lee Miller and Jacques Heim
A beach coat by Jacques Heim in white silk printed with little brown foxes and Man Ray's painting L'heure de l'Observatoire or The Lovers in Harper's Bazaar. Of love and longing. Man Ray painted Lee Miller's lips every day for two years after their break up. Tick, tock, time passed... love as an Indestructible Object. Lee Miller's eye on a Man Ray metronome. Fashion and Art are for Lovers. Timeless...
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