11.18.2011

man ray portraits kill me....

Antonin Artaud
Paris
1926

Genica Athanasiou
aka
Eugénie Tanase
Paris
1921

Balthus
(Balthasar Klossowski de Rola)
Paris
1930

Constantin Brancusi
Paris
circa 1930

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André Breton
Paris
circa 1928

Alexander Calder
Paris
1931

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Salvador Dalí
Paris
circa 1929

Bernard Deshoulieres
Paris
circa 1929

Émile Dubuffet
aka 
Lilie Carlu
Paris
circa 1932

Henry Crowder
Paris
1930
(Arms by Nancy Cunard)

Nancy Cunard
Paris
circa 1925

Marcel Duchamp
Paris
1921

Nusch Éluard
Paris
circa 1935

Benjamin Fondane
Paris
circa 1928

Madge Garland
Paris
circa 1927

Jacqueline Goddard
Paris
circa 1930

Ernest Hemingway
Paris
1923

Edward James
Paris
1937

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Le Corbusier
(Charles-Édouard Jeanneret)
Paris
circa 1927

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Georges Malkine
Paris
circa 1929

Lee Miller
Paris
circa 1929

Joan Miró
Paris
circa 1928

Bronislava Nijinska
Paris
circa 1922

Ezra Pound
Paris
1923

William Seabrook
and 
Lee Miller
Paris
circa 1930

Joseph Stella
and
Marcel Duchamp
New York
1920

Helen Tamiris
(Helen Becker)
Paris
circa1930

Denise Tual
Paris
circa 1935

Karin van Leyden
(Karin Elisabeth Kluth)
Paris
circa 1929

All photographs by 
(Emmanuel Radnitzky)
from the book

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10 comments:

  1. this post is absolutely amazing!!!
    and what a great blog you have! I'm your great admirer.

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  2. they are so modern as if they where shot yesterday!

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  3. cle- I know! Kinda nutty.....

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  4. Such a cool post,
    Conan O'Brian kind of looks like Antonin Artaud and Thom Browne kind of has a Miro thing going on.....

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  5. So many megapixel and gigabytes later and yet few can hold a candle to these.

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  6. Thank you so so much for showing some unknowned portraits of Man Ray!!
    We use to see allways the same pictures of him...
    Despite they are so so good, it's lovely to see other ones!
    And you're right to be dead!
    These photos are murderers :)

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  7. findingf- seems that todays objects to be photographed are also more of the flimsy category..

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  8. such prolific years
    + the magic of photography was intact

    Lee Miller's portrait is really stunning

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  9. such an amazing shots. thank you for sharing this

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