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Man Ray, 1890-1976


Found in 56 Collections and/or Records:

Ilse Bing, 98, 1930's Pioneer of Avant-Garde Photography / Loke, Margaret; Ray M., 1998

Identifier: CC-29637-31010
Scope and Contents

Obituary appearing on the death of Bing. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1998

La Bouche / Sabatier, Roland; Ray M., 1964

Identifier: CC-02757-2800
Scope and Contents

The technique used for these photographs is the Rayograph and Sabatier acknowledges his debt to Man Ray in an introductory essay. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1964

lettrie a ouvir des horizons nouveaux / Sabatier, Roland; Ray M; Hachette M; Satie A; Jessemin A; Isou I; Spacagna J; Sabatier R; deLatour A; Brown V., 1966

Identifier: CC-39251-41197
Scope and Contents

The individual works in this book are not identified nor signed. All the signatures are written on the inside page of the unbound cover page. Man Ray's contribution is an aquatint with imagery of abstract markings. The unbound pages in the book are sound poems written by Sabatier. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1966

Making Mischief: Dada Invades New York / Crotti J ; Duchamp M ; Picabia F ; Ray M ; Roche J ; DeZayas M ; Apollinaire G ; Schwitters K ; Watson S., 1996

Identifier: CC-27598-28675
Scope and Contents In the words of David A. Ross, director of the Whitney Museum, "This exhibition proposes that as important as Dada was to the growth of American modernism, the ferment of New York played an equally critical role in the continuing evolution of Dada itself." He points out that even though Dada evolved in Zurich and Berlin, few immigrant notions were more quickly or deeply absorbed into American culture, because "American art, like America itself in the beginning of the century, was experiencing an analogous social, intellectual, and moral transformation, and the spirit and purpose of Dada provided a much needed catalyst." The Dada activity in New York centered around the Arensbergs, Duchamp, Picabia and Man Ray. When asked to define Dada, Man Ray echoed the words of Tristan Tzara and said that Dada was a state of mind. Unlike the artists in Europe, the Dadists in New York were driven by a conscious sense of irony, amusement, and genuine sense of humor. Selected chapters of this...
Dates: 1996

Multiples und Objekte aus der Sammlung Ute und Michael Berger / Meyer-Husmann, Ulrich ; Ray M ; Beuys J ; Roth D ; Jones J ; Ulrichs T ; Duchamp M ; Vostell W ; Dittmar R ; Picabia F ; Spoerri D ; Tilson Jo ; Oldenburg C ; Knowles A ; Brecht G ; Cage J ; Maciunas G ; Filliou R ; Ben ; Magritte R., 1984

Identifier: CC-05840-5950
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Forward by Arnold Herbst. Text by U. Meyer-Husmann. Exhibition included Joseph Beuy's "Buttocklifting" and "Magnetische Postkarte," both of which are held by the Sackner Archive. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1984

No.1309: Modern and Contemporary Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture / Sotheby's ; Samaras L ; Grosz G ; Ray M ; Arp J ; Dubuffet J ; LeWitt S ; Arakawa ; Warhol A ; Tobey M ; Dole W ; Bauermeister M ; Lichtenstein R ; Kosuth J., 1990

Identifier: CC-02446-2486
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Auction catalogue. Lucas Samarus object "I Love To Cut" (item 464) was purchased by the Sackner archive from this auction. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1990