Spanning seven decades and including many objects
seldom seen in public, an exhibition devoted to Man Ray (1890-1976), the
American-born artist who was a father of Dada and Surrealism, opened at
the Pinacothèque de Paris museum, The Associated Press reported.
"The Workshop of Man Ray," running through June
1, includes portraits of Picasso and Ernest Hemingway as well as
oddities like a life-size pair of golden lips and a blue baguette that
adorns the cover of a book of lithographs.
By The New York Times