Fondazione Marconi (via Tadino 15) presents a collection of fifty photographs taken from 1941 to 1955 by Man Ray of his wife Juliet. Man Ray met the fascinating model Juliet Browner in Hollywood in 1940, and in 1946 the two decided to get married, in a double wedding with Max Ernst and Dorothea Tanning in Beverly Hills. The fifty pictures are ‘a message and a declaration of love’ to the person who was to be the artist’s last lover and partner, but also friend, wife, model and muse.