Man Ray: Bazaar Years.

Photographs by Man Ray. Text by John Esten and Willis Hartshorn.
Rizzoli, New York, 1988. 112 pp., 62 duotone and 8 color illustrations,, 9x12".

"Man Ray, the legendary American Dada Surrealist painter, object-maker, and photographer, chose to ignore his years spent in fashion photography as a purely commercial endeavor rather than an artistic one. Yet his interpretations of the world of high style and his work for the fashion press comprise some of the most striking images ever created."--the publisher. This monograph is devoted to the body of work made for Harper's Bazaar during the years 1934-1942 and coincides with a major traveling show that opened at the National Museum of American Art in Washington, D.C.

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