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Synonyms for Duchamp

French artist who immigrated to the United States

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Duchamp represents an inescapable intellectual condition, in which communicative play and unconscious rambling describe reality.
On January 31, 2015 a video was uploaded showing a social experimentalist, Kenneth Duchamp convincing strangers throughout Hollywood that if he could amaze them with a magic trick they would have to donate $1 to a homeless man.
51) After Picabia's victory shut down The Blind Man forever, Duchamp and Roche printed the moves of the match in their one-off publication Rongwrong, and a prose poem based on the event by Walter Arensberg was published in 391.
Each of the three winners will receive PS250, the offer of an internship at Duchamp Head Office in London and their product put into a limited run of production as part of the Duchamp London AW13 collection.
Duchamp and other European painters greatly influenced American artists, including those who created the works shown on this stamp pane.
The Duchamp concession opened in Edinburgh's Harvey Nichols store this weekend.
In the end it was McCoy and Duchamp who came out on top.
a mixed media artist inspired by Da Vinci, Picasso, Duchamp and Warhol.
ANDREW BALDING has made a stunning start to his training career and can demonstrate the versatility of his skills by sending out Duchamp (2.
The artwork of Marcel Duchamp presents intriguing, yet maddeningly intricate, puzzles.
More specifically, in the first instance, the idea was to tell the stories of the nine bachelors in Duchamp's Large Glass, the "Cemetery of Uniforms and Liveries," or "Malic Moulds" as Duchamp variously called them.
At the General Meeting held today, SFL shareholders elected as a director Jean-Jacques Duchamp, member of the Predica Executive Committee.
IN 1917, MARCEL DUCHAMP put a message in the mail stating that anything could be art.
Twisted Pair chronicles the remarkable similarities between Marcel Duchamp and Andy Warhol's work.