Man Ray: Paris~LA [Hardcover Exhibition Catalogue]
Man Ray: Paris>>L.A. is the first-ever in-depth look at the life and art of Man Ray during the decade he spent in Southern California (194150). In this golden era of Hollywood history, Man Ray produced a prodigious body of work, met his beloved wife Juliet, and fraternized with local intellectuals, celebrities, and a growing group of European expatriates. This handsomely illustrated exhibition catalogue includes major paintings and other important works created during this period, never-before-seen photographs documenting the local scene, and letters and other documents relating to Man Rays life in California. Includes an essay by Dickran Tashjian and a reminiscence by James and Barbara Byrnes. Edited by Pilar Perez.
128 pages, 12 x 9 inches, 1996
The exhibition was co-presented by Track 16 Gallery and Robert Berman Gallery in Santa Monica, Calif.