RAY Man, Litografia originale firmata dalla cartella 'Les six masques voyants', 1973 - EmporiumArt
RAY Man, Litografia originale firmata dalla cartella 'Les six masques voyants', 1973 - EmporiumArt
RAY Man, Litografia originale firmata dalla cartella 'Les six masques voyants', 1973 - EmporiumArt
RAY Man, Litografia originale firmata dalla cartella 'Les six masques voyants', 1973 - EmporiumArt
RAY Man, Litografia originale firmata dalla cartella 'Les six masques voyants', 1973 - EmporiumArt

RAY Man, Original signed lithograph from the folder 'Les six masques voyants', 1973

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Details of the artwork

Artist: Man Ray

Title: Les six masques voyants

Year: 1970

Technique: Color lithograph

Paper size: 70.5 x 50.5 cm

Image size: 47 x 31.5 cm

Description

Color lithograph from 1970 signed lower right in pencil by the artist. From the folder 'Les six masques voyants'. Exemplary II/XL. Embossing stamp Studio Marconi Grafica. The artwork is accompanied by a receipt / invoice and guarantee certificate.

A recurring theme in Man Ray's works is that of the mask, a powerful symbol that the artist used to explore the duality of human nature and the complexity of identity. The masks in Man Ray's works are not only physical objects, but also visual metaphors that represent the veil between reality and illusion. This symbolic use is particularly evident in his photographs, where Man Ray often altered reality through techniques such as solarization and photomontage. For example, in some of his portraits, masks are used to hide or transform the identity of the subjects, playing with the idea of ​​what is hidden and what is revealed. In other works, Man Ray focuses on the aesthetic aspect of masks, drawing on various cultures and historical periods. These masks not only serve as artistic objects but also as bridges between different cultures and eras, highlighting his interest in the intersectionality of art and history. Man Ray's interest in masks can also be interpreted as a reflection on the nature of art itself. Masks, in their hiding and revealing, can be seen as metaphors of artistic creation, which often masks reality to reveal deeper truths. In conclusion, the theme of the mask in Man Ray's works is a testament to his ongoing exploration of the human psyche, perception and art. Through this symbolism, Man Ray not only challenged the artistic conventions of his time, but also offered a new way of seeing and interpreting the world around us.


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