One of the most celebrated images in the history of photography is by visionary Man Ray. Known as Noire et Blanche, it was first published in French Vogue in May 1926 captioned Visage de Nacre et Masque d’ébène, the mask belonging to Vogue junior art director George Sakier who’d known Man Ray during their childhood in Brooklyn. Ray used neither title, always referring to the image as Kiki with African Mask, Kiki being his lover...
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