A mirror that reveals its special and unexpected touch in any environment, blurring its reflection through the original play on words screen-printed on the glass. The object was created by Man Ray, an American painter, photographer and filmmaker among the most radical and multifaceted exponents of Dadaism and Surrealism. Particularly known for his propensity for experimentation, which achieved extremely innovative results with the airbrush, photographic film and the manipulation of commonly used objects. The elliptical mirror, supported by a rigid polyurethane base, derives from a famous work by the artist, who in this case recreated the writing on a larger surface, adapting a surrealist object in an extraordinary way to everyday functionality. The piece has been mass-produced since 1971, as part of Cassina’s Ultramobile collection.
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Man Ray, 1938
The object was created by Man Ray, an American painter, photographer and filmmaker among the most radical and multifaceted exponents of Dadaism and Surrealism.
Les Grand Trans-Parents
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Man Ray, 1938
Elliptical silk-screened mirror
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