The Crowd

The Crowd outside The Jockey in Paris in 1923.
Front row: Man Ray, Mina Loy, Tristan Tzara, Jean Cocteau
Middle row: Kiki, Jane Heap, Margaret Anderson, Ezra Pound
Top row: Bill Bird on the left, Hilaire Hiler and Curtiss Moffit on the right

Mina Loy was a writer, poet, and artist who had a fascinating life. In Paris in the 1920s, she was friends with writers and artists like Gertrude Stein, Man Ray, William Carlos WilliamsMarcel Duchamp and Ezra Pound.

Mina Loy ‘Sans Titre’ 1933s


Twice everything has already taken place that our personality or destiny is like a roll of negative film— already printed but unrevealable until it has found a camera to project it—and a surface to throw it upon.‘“ Mina Loy fragment.