Ethel Stein studied with Josef Albers in the 1940s. Her beautiful weavings often combine a damask structure with ikat dyeing techniques.  Photograph: Tom Grotta

Ethel Stein studied with Josef Albers in the 1940s. Her beautiful weavings often combine a damask structure with ikat dyeing techniques. Photograph: Tom Grotta

Parisian Surrealists Tristan Tzara, Paul Eluard, Andre Breton, Hans Arp, Salvador Dali, Yves Tanguy, Max Ernst, Rene Crevel, and Man Ray, Paris, 1933, by Anna Riwkin

Parisian Surrealists Tristan Tzara, Paul Eluard, Andre Breton, Hans Arp, Salvador Dali, Yves Tanguy, Max Ernst, Rene Crevel, and Man Ray, Paris, 1933, by Anna Riwkin

Okola - Kurt Schwitters, 1926....something like this would be cool with ticket stubs and sheet music with some pages of old books

Okola - Kurt Schwitters, 1926....something like this would be cool with ticket stubs and sheet music with some pages of old books

Hannah Hoch (Germany, 1889-1978) - Never keep both feet on the ground (1940).  Fell in love with her work after seeing an exhibition at LACMA ages ago.

Hannah Hoch (Germany, 1889-1978) - Never keep both feet on the ground (1940). Fell in love with her work after seeing an exhibition at LACMA ages ago.

Top 10 Collage Artists: Man Ray - contributed impressively to avant-garde, fashion and portrait photography, in particular with his solarised and isomorphic portraits of Lee Miller. Ray’s photomontages play with femininity and form, as in his multiple exposures of Alice Prin, better known as Kiki de Montparnasse, and Dora Maar.

Top 10 Collage Artists: Hannah Höch to Man Ray

Top 10 Collage Artists: Man Ray - contributed impressively to avant-garde, fashion and portrait photography, in particular with his solarised and isomorphic portraits of Lee Miller. Ray’s photomontages play with femininity and form, as in his multiple exposures of Alice Prin, better known as Kiki de Montparnasse, and Dora Maar.

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