Lee Miller (by Man Ray, 1930)

Toda la obra fotográfica de Man Ray puede definirse como fascinante y desconcertante a la vez. Una imparable mezcla de invención, juego y goce.

No es difícil imaginar a Man Ray divirtiéndose realmente cuando fotografiaba, ya fuese con ese afán de alquimista en el que consistían sus rayogramas (fotografía sin cámara) o en esos desnudos fetichistas solarizados.

La fotografía se convierte en un mero pincel al servicio de su búsqueda de la belleza en lo cotidiano.
“Hay tantas maravillas en un vaso de vino como en el fondo del mar”, que le dedicaría Paul Eluard.

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All photographic work of Man Ray can be defined as fascinating and disturbing at once. An unstoppable mix of invention, play and enjoy.

It is not difficult to imagine Man Ray actually having fun when photographed, either with the alchemist’s quest in which consisted their Rayograms (photography without a camera) or in those solarized nude fetish.

Photography becomes a mere brush at the service of his search for beauty in the everyday.
“There are so many wonders in a glass of wine and at the bottom of the sea”, which would dedicate him Paul Eluard.

(via: http://castillosdesangre.blogspot.com/)

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