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Man Ray "Femme avec Longs Cheveux" circa 1929
[Celebrating The Negative]
1929 (ca, original image) 2008 (publication)
Gelatin silver print
Hands: Lucien Treillard, 4.26.94
Man Ray, born Emmanuel Radnitsky in Philadelphia, once said his work was "designed to amuse, bewilder, annoy or inspire reflection, but not to arouse admiration for any technical excellence usually sought in works of art. The streets are full of admirable craftsmen, but so few practical dreamers."
This photograph is included in the portfolio Celebrating the Negative photographs by published by John Loengard, Etherton Gallery (2008), pl. 6
All photographs copyright ® John Loengard. Gelatin silver prints printed by Chuck Kelton, Kelton Labs, New York City, under the direct supervision of John Loengard. Printed on Ilford Multigrade Warm Glossy paper. Design and portfolio box construction by Jace Graf, Cloverleaf Studio, Austin, Texas.
Celebrating The Negative/Photographs by John Loengard was published by Etherton Gallery, Tucson, Arizona, in March, 2008, in an edition of eighteen portfolios, including fifteen numbered copies and three artist's proofs.