“Silhouette” by Man Ray: a Dadaist dialogue between Arts

estimated reading time: 2 minutes One of the main features of modernism is the ceaseless dialogue between different artistic languages, in an effort to provide new interpretative methods to analyse its complex contemporaneity. An interesting example of this is Silhouette by Man Ray (1916), as it seems to reread Nijinsky’s choreographic revolution under the lens of Dadaism, whose innovative key points were outlined in Tzara’s … Continua a leggere “Silhouette” by Man Ray: a Dadaist dialogue between Arts