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Gaspar GASPARIAN, Espiral 1944, Gelatin Silver Print

Gaspar GASPARIAN, Espiral 1944, Gelatin Silver Print

Man Ray - Rayograph

Man Ray Rayograph, 1926 Silver Gelatin Print A photogram is a photographic image made (without a camera) by placing .

Photo by Jaroslav Rossler (1902-1990), 1927, Untitled (Ts), Gelatin Silver Print. #Czech_Avant_Garde

Photo by Jaroslav Rossler Untitled (Ts), Gelatin Silver Print.

László Moholy-Nagy, Untitled, 1924, gelatin silver print (photogram)

Moholy-Nagy, Photogram c. 1924 Gelatin silver print 14 x 10 x cm) Museum of Modern Art, NY

Gyorgy Kepes (American/Hungarian, 1906-2001), Untitled (Two Cones and a Sphere), 1938, gelatin silver print

Gyorgy Kepes (American/Hungarian, Untitled (Two Cones and a Sphere), gelatin silver print.

Wanda Wulz (Italian, 1903-1984) Io + gatto (Cat + I) 1932 Gelatin silver print The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Ford Motor Company Collection, Gift of Ford Motor Company and John C. Waddell, 1987 Alinari / Art Resource © Wanda Wulz

Wanda Wulz (Italian, Io + gatto (Cat + I) 1932 Gelatin silver print. Wanda Wulz (Trieste, 25 July 1903 – Trieste, 16 April was an Italian experimental photographer. One great example of her works is the self-portrait merged with a portrait of a cat.

Man Ray. Although commonly dubbed as the photogram today, there’s a pleasant science-fiction flavor to Man Ray‘s original coinage, the Rayograph. It’s basically a photograph, although one created without the use of a camera. A Rayograph is created by placing objects directly onto a chemically “sensitized” surface and then exposing them to light

A Rayograph by Man Ray. Although commonly dubbed the photogram today, there’s a…

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