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Daniel Ranalli
(USA)[1946] b. New Haven CT, l. Cambridge MA

b/w photograms made with strips of mat card board, 1975 - 1984 www.bu.edu


Paul Rand
(USA)[1914 - 1996] b. New York, d. Norwalk/Connecticut

photogram design for a cigar box cover, 1957 paris.blog.lemonde.fr


Susan Rankaitis
(USA)[1949] b. Cambridge/MA, l. LA

Pale Green with Copper, 1984 Multi-toned collage of contacted negatives, 90 x 40 www.museumofnewmexico.org

collection of exhibitions applying experimental photography techniques sometimes mixed up with sculpture pages.scrippscollege.edu


Robert Rauschenberg
(USA)[1925 - 2008] b. Port Arthur/TX, l. Captiva Island/FL

Booster from the series Booster and 7 Studies. 1967. Lithograph and screenprint from x-ray of a human skeleton

Untitled (Sue), 1950, body photogram on blueprint paper www.faz.net

"Booster", colour lithograph with x-ray of human skeleton, 1967 www.nga.gov.au

Rauschenberg capturing a human form on blueprint paper coincidences.typepad.com


Man Ray (Emanuel Rudnitzky)
(USA)[1890 - 1976] b. Philadelphia, d. Paris

database which indicates 55 rayographs and 13 clich� verres, 1917-1961 www.manray-photo.com

Untitled Rayograph (Snakeskin), 1927 www.getty.edu

Hands, 1966 cs.nga.gov.au

Man Ray kissing Kiki, rayograph, Paris 1922, b/w, 24,1 x 29,8 cm, MoMA www.moma.org

Untitled (Rayograph), 1922, featured in "photogram aesthetic", Museum of New Mexico www.museumofnewmexico.org

"Le retour a la raison", 1923, 35 mm, 3 min., b/w photogram movie presented for the first time at Theatre Michel in July 6th 1923 frenchfilms.topcities.com

rayograph with geometrical forms, 1923 www.metmuseum.org

portfolio "Man Ray: 12 Rayographs. 1921-1928", Schubert & Kapitzki, Stuttgart, 1963 www.geh.org

«Return to Reason», first photogram film, 1923, page includes a quicktime with a short passage www.medienkunstnetz.de


Jürgen Reble
(Germany)[1956] l. Bonn

This sites shows chemigrams on celluloid - a certain kind of "alchemist" film. www.filmalchemist.de


Isaac A. Rehn
(USA)[1815 - 1883] Philadelphia

Lygodium Icandeus, ca. 1865 albumen plant photogram, 35.5 x 43.8 cm americanart.si.edu


Wolfgang Reichmann
(Austria)[1962] b. Villach, l. Vienna

photograms that are not developed but fixed, 1998/2002 www.jmcfaber.at

Photograms, that are not developed but fixed. B/w-paper resolves from violet to orange.


Gerardo  Repetto
(Argentina)[1976] b. Villa Huidobro, l. Cordoba

222 Fosforos, serial b/w photograms with matches, after 2000 www.ehgaller.com.ar


Józef Robakowski
(Poland)[1939] b. Poznan, l. Lodcz

1958-1967 "FOTO-MALARSTWO" - photo paintings, 1969-1979 FOTO-FILMY - photograms, 1998-2000 TERMOGRAMY ("Hot images" made with thermosensitive emulsions) www.robakowski.net


Eugène Auguste Albert de  Rochas d'Aiglun
(France)[1837 - 1914] St. Firmin-en-Valgaudemar (Hautes-Alpes), d. Grenoble

Drawing of light "odiques," taken from "Le Fluide des magnétiseurs", 1891 (picture on page 2!) www.toutfait.com


Aleksandr Michailowitch Rodchenko
(Russia)[1891 - 1956] b. Petrograd, d. Moscow

Silhouette of Vladimir Mayakovsky, Photogram for a book cover design, 1939-40, b/w, 11 1/4" x 9 1/2" www.schicklerart.com


Varvara Rodchenko
(Russia)[1925] Moscow

bw photograms, mainly with plants, 1978-92 www.schicklerart.com


Gustavo Romano
(Argentina)[1958] Buonos Aires

"La tarde de un escritor", x-ray video of a writing hand, 1998 www.gustavoromano.com.ar


Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen
(Germany)[1845 - 1923] b.(Remscheid-)Lennep, d. München

One of the earliest photographic plates from Roentgen's experiments was a plate of his wife, Bertha's hand with a ring, produced on Friday, November 8, 1895. www.aps.org

negative X-ray image of Bertha Roentgen's hand, 1895 www.uihealthcare.com

very large positive view on the hand of Mrs. Wilhelm Roentgen: the first X-ray image, 1895 www.nlm.nih.gov

First X ray made in public: positive hand of Albert von Kölliker, 23 January 1896, pdf, p.15 www.slac.stanford.edu

positive copy of X-ray from R�ntgen wife's hand, December 1895 www.scienceandsociety.co.uk


Alison Rossiter
(USA)[1953] b. Jackson/MI, l. New Jersey

Lament, cycle of developed photographic papers expired for decades, 2007-2008


Theodore Roszak
(USA)[1907 - 1981] b. Poznań (PL), d. New York

b/w photogram from 1937-41 www.zabriskiegallery.com


Tim Otto Roth
(Germany)[1974] b. Oppenau, l. Oppenau & Cologne

Forget all you know about photograms: moving photograms made on videochips. 2000-2007 www.jenseits.net

body photograms on Ektachrome 8x10", refering to the poem "Les neuf portes de ton corps" by Guillaume d'Apollinaire, 2000 www.stiftungstarke.de

ars umbra - overview of Tim Otto Roth's photogram ouevre including his latets plancton luminograms www.imachination.net