MAN RAY. ANNA FROM THE POTFOLIO "LA BALLADE DES DAMES HORS DU TEMP"BY XXem ciecle SERIGRAPH POSTER by IGAL.M ATELIER.
THIS IS A SERIGRAPH POSTER DESIGNED BY IGAL.M FOR MAN RAY SHOW OF HIS GRAPHIC ART AT IGAL M ATELIER GALLERY IN 1976. IT WAS PRINTED IN EDITION OF 500 ALL NUMBERED IN PENCIL AND INITIALIZED BY IGAL.M.* MOST OF THE PRINTS WERE HIDING SOMEWHERE TO BE DISCOVERED 30 YEARS LATER. AND ONLY FEW SAMPLES WERE SOLD TO THE GALLERIES,
NOW THEY SEE THE LEIGH AGAIN. SOLD THIS WINTER FOR $120 ON EBAY
MISTAKENLY AS A LITHOGRAPH.
INTRODUCING THEM AGAIN AT THE PRICE INTENDED ON DATE OF PUBLICATION AT $100. GOOD LUCK.
. He is mostly known for his innovation in photography, with light and solarization. Many people do not know that in the art world he was the first to wrap objects with cords in a public place. Man Ray had the idea to take a canvas and wrap a sewing machine and an umbrella tied together with cord--this happened in the 1920's long before anyone else had done it!!! And in my opinion, Man Ray was one of the most versatile artists of the 20th century, but his method of creation was not in line with the commercial establishment. No, he didn't have a single style. He invented many styles. He was always in search of something new, "in an epoch where the merchants of art oblige the artist to paint in a recognized uniform manner so the public can easily recognize it, Man Ray, the incorruptible, always created anti-conformist work," G. Di San Lazzaro, a renowned art critic and historian in Paris in the mid 20th century.