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    Jean Cocteau Tristan Tzara photographed by Man Ray. "Art is not a pastime but a priesthood" (Cocteau); "Art is a private thing, the artist makes it for himself; a comprehensible work is the product of a journalist. We need works that are strong, straight, precise, and forever beyond understanding" (Tzara)

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    christinephilipp: Jean Cocteau and TristanTzara.

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    Cocteau&Tzara by ManRay

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Man Ray was a painter who went into photography. He was a dadaist artist which meant art was kinetic and moving and changing. Later his photography in Paris of the Modern Artists at Monteparnesse and eventually taking his photography and rediscovering it in an expressionist form of his own visions. Art he felt when looked upon should provoke questions and thought.

Jean Cocteau, 1930s, photo by Man Ray via theconstantbuzz

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Man Ray with his magnifying glass “verre Laurent” in his Studio, Paris, 1969-1974 -by Arnold Crane

Perhaps the most famous photographer of the twentieth century, Man Ray (1890-1976) was the leading photographer in dada and then surrealist circles, contributing along with Brassaand Boiffard to Surrealist journals and exhibitions.

Man Ray - Jean Cocteau, 1922