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Man Ray Revolving Doors II Handkerchief
These artworks are based on collages made in New York from 1916-1917. Their first appearance was at the Daniel Gallery in 1919. Hinged on a revolving stand, the prints produced an impressive optical effect as they rotated. The collages were again displayed in 1926, when a series of 105 prints were made, of which this set is number six. The second print of the set has been used, with the blue shape reminiscent of the lute in Man Ray's collage 'Involute'. In collaboration with National Galleries Scotland
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Born Emmanuel Radinski in 1890, Man Ray became a key contributor in the Dada and Surrealist movements. Man Ray spent the 1920's in Paris, where following his meeting with Marcel Duchamp worked as part of the surrealist group and continued his dada activities. His main income came from fashion and portrait photography, which allowed him to pursue other creative ventures on the side including painting, collages and creating objects.
Since 2003 Third Drawer Down Studio has collaborated with the most prominent modern and contemporary artists of our time by translating their artwork into limited edition or open edition objects. From our humble beginnings of producing limited edition tea towels as prints on linen we questioned what made art to be art.
Man Ray. Revolving Doors II (Longue Distance)
Published 1926 (after collages of 1916 - 1917) Pochoir print on paper. 56.00 x 38.00 cm (paper size)
© MAN RAY TRUST/ADAGP. Licensed by Viscopy
100% Cotton Handkerchief
Digital print on 100% fine cotton
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