Man Ray: The Artist and His Shadows
Hosted By: The Center for Jewish History
Man Ray (1890–1976), a founding father of Dada and a key player in French Surrealism, is one of the central artists of the 20th century. He is also one of the most elusive.
In this new biography in the Jewish Lives series at Yale University Press, journalist and critic Arthur Lubow uses Man Ray’s Jewish background as one filter to understand his life and art. How did this son of Russian Jewish immigrants become one of the most radically original maverick artists of his time?
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