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“Crimes against Photography”: Man Ray and the Rayograph

“Crimes against Photography”: Man Ray and the Rayograph
Man Ray began making photographs in the 1920s, in the midst of the Dada movement. Through an accident in the darkroom, he soon discovered a new means of creating photos without a camera. Meet the artist who committed “crimes against chemistry and photography,” as he described it, and produced some of the most memorable and iconic pictures of his time.
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