Marcel Duchamp


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French artist who immigrated to the United States

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De la obra de este autor se ocupo Octavio Paz en su libro Marcel Duchamp o el castillo de la pureza (1968).
Thomas Girst, editor del Marcel Duchamp Studies Journal, ha elegido las palabras clave con las que pueden apreciarse la vida y los tiempos del ajedrecista.
A cloud of meaning--and latterly misinformation and cliche--always descends on the artist Marcel Duchamp.
Exhibition and Catalogue: Marcel Duchamp in Munich 1912, with essays by Herbert Molderings, Kornelia von Bersword-tWalrabe, Michael R.
In concluding this analysis of how Duchamp's circle of friends and colleagues were crucial to the formation of his identity as a chess player, Florine Stettheimer's Portrait of Marcel Duchamp of 1923 (Fig.
See, for example, Cabanne, Dialogues with Marcel Duchamp, p.
Just as in the spatially evocative photograph Dust Breeding by Man Ray and Marcel Duchamp, dust extends its gravitational pull towards decay and death.
ART ATTACK: Film director Mike Figgis (above) with porcelain fountain by Marcel Duchamp.
Associate Curator of Photography Corey Keller on the motion studies of Eadweard Muybridge and Etienne Jules Marey, and their influence on modern painters such as Marcel Duchamp and Giacomo Balla.
They include selections from the Screen Tests series, four-minute portraits of people including Lou Reed, Marcel Duchamp, John Cale and Edie Sedgwick.
Artists such as Charles White and Marcel Duchamp had their studios here, and it has been the setting for many films and television shows, including "The Sting," "The Last Samurai," "CSI Miami," "Cold Case" and the "X-Files.
DADA" by Rudolf Kuenzli provides an descriptive analysis within an historical context, examining Dada's impact and resonance in the art and culture of this opening decade of the 21st Century from the avant-garde work of such Dada luminaries as Hugo Ball, Marcel Duchamp, many Ray, Francis Picabia, Raoul Hausmann, Hannah Hoch, Kurt Schwitter, Max Ernst, Lajos Kassak, and many others.
Damien Hirst, who exhibited a pickled shark, and Marcel Duchamp, who in 1917 exhibited a urinal, would probably have had a lot to talk about.
It is easy enough to scrawl a mustache on a reproduction of the Mona Lisa, but at the very best this 1919 Marcel Duchamp trick has become an event about art, not art itself.
Raphael created a series of portraits with a striking resemblance, and among others, dadaist Marcel Duchamp and surrealist Salvador Dali produced their mock interpretations.