Man Ray. The fifty faces of Juliet 1941 - 1955

Man Ray was one of the most unpredictable, genial, brilliant, anti-conventional, contradictory, impertinent, challenging and eclectic figures in the history of 20th century art. In this show, created in collaboration with the Marconi Foundation of Milan, fifty portraits of the artist's wife Juliet Browner, who he photographed between 1941 and 1955, will be presented. The Fifty Faces of Juliet was conceived by Man Ray in the early 1950's as a book in honour of his wife Juliet, but also as a selection of photographic works begun in Los Angeles in 1941.