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Marcel Duchamp

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Marcel Duchamp’s “Bicycle Wheel” Led Me to Devote My Career to One Artist

When I saw “Bicycle Wheel (1913) on the cover of Calvin Tomkins’s first book on Marcel Duchamp in 1966, I was certain it was not a work of art.

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The Bride Stripped Bare by her Bachelors, 1915 - 1923 - Marcel Duchamp - WikiArt.org

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New York City's Art Scene in the 1920s

We’ve all heard the tales, dripping in posthumously-applied glamour, of New York City in the 1920s. These stories are usually set in smoky speakeasies with women donning flapper dresses and short bobs, saxophones smoothly slithering along a bar full of bootlegged liquor and men in fedoras and suits. The artistic trends that blossomed from 1920s New York have inarguably influenced those of today. Here is a brief history of what happened during the decade of decadence in the sleepless and sinful siren that is New York City.

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Marcel Duchamp (@artistduchamp)

The latest Tweets from Marcel Duchamp (@artistduchamp). Fan account of Marcel Duchamp, a French painter, sculptor and writer whose work is associated with Cubism, conceptual art and Dada. #artbot by @andreitr. (World) Paris, France

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Fonte, Marcel Duchamp

Está obra é uma réplica de um mictório de porcelana que foi originalmente comprado pelo artista em 1917, de uma firma de materiais de encanamento, em Nova York.

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One of the most celebrated artists of all time, Marcel Duchamp’s radical works of art shook the establishment and opened up new ways of seeing and thinking about art.

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Marcel Duchamp: Étant donnés

Marcel Duchamp’s enigmatic assemblage Étant donnés: 1. La chute d’eau, 2. Le gaz d’éclairage (Given: 1. The Waterfall, 2. The Illuminating Gas) has been described by the artist Jasper Johns as “the strangest work of art in any museum.” Permanently installed at the Museum since 1969, this three-dimensional environmental tableau offers an unforgettable and untranslatable experience to those who peer through the two small holes in the solid wooden door.

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Marcel Duchamp The Art Of The Possible

Marcel Duchamp The Art Of The Possible

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