Marcel Duchamp

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Noun1.Marcel Duchamp - French artist who immigrated to the United StatesMarcel Duchamp - French artist who immigrated to the United States; a leader in the dada movement in New York City; was first to exhibit commonplace objects as art (1887-1968)
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The first in the Medalla series in 1961 was lauded as the first 'auto-creative' sculpture, drawing praise from Marcel Duchamp. Its variations have been seen in museums worldwide
He looks at works by Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Kazimir Malevich, Marcel Duchamp, Rene Magritte, Edward Hopper, Frida Kahlo, Francis Bacon, Mark Rothko, Andy Warhol, Yayoi Kusama, Joseph Beuys, Robert Smithson, Anselm Kiefer, Barbara Kruger, Xu Bing, Bill Viola, Louise Bourgeois, Lee Ufan, and Doris Salcedo.
Inspired by the experiments of the Paris-based writing group known as the Oulipo -- whose members included Raymond Queneau, Italo Calvino, and Marcel Duchamp -- Ording explores new ways to examine the aesthetic possibilities of mathematical activity.
"Bottle Rack" by conceptual artist Marcel Duchamp has been on display since Tuesday, the Chicago Tribune reported.
The sixty-odd featured creators range from canonical Surrealists and fellow travelers (Marcel Duchamp, Alberto Giacometti, Meret Oppenheim) to a diverse group of more and less familiar contemporary figures (valie export, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Annabel Daou, Garrett Phelan).
In 1913, Marcel Duchamp revolutionised art when he created his first readymade, Bicycle Wheel--a work that would be unveiled to the public the following year.
Among examples are Picasso owns three Siamese cats, Marcel Duchamp only two.
There's an art of contemptAlfred Jarry opening Ubu Roi with a bellowed expletive, Marcel Duchamp exhibiting a urinal as art, Johnny Rotten snarling "God save the Queen," or the young Bob Dylan hurling accusations at "Mr.
"Duchamp and Dada" - Wesley Hurd will explore the role that artist Marcel Duchamp played in 20th century art at 7 p.m.