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ULF LINDE
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ARMORY SHOW
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LARGE GLASS
MAN RAY
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Definitions

  1. Marcel Duchamp: A readymade case for collecting objects of our cultural heritage along with works of art.
  2. Marcel Duchamp was perhaps the premier iconclast of the twentieth century, and the runners up might be Buckminster Fuller & Le Corbusier.
  3. Marcel Duchamp was a French artist whose work is most often associated with the Dadaist and Surrealist movements.
  4. Marcel Duchamp was the third of six children and the best-known of the four siblings who grew up to become renowned artists.
  5. Marcel Duchamp was born in Blainville-Crevon Seine-Maritime in the Haute-Normandie Region of France, and grew up in a family that liked cultural activities.

Pop

  1. Influenced by Marcel Duchamp and Jasper Johns , Rauschenberg was a pioneer of pop art in the 1950s.
  2. Some of the most fruitful influences in modern art, from Surrealism to Abstraction to Pop to pure Conceptualism, have a common forefather in Marcel Duchamp.

Readymades

  1. The readymades of Marcel Duchamp are ordinary manufactured objects that the artist selected and modified, as an antidote to what he called "retinal art".

Marcel Duchamp

  1. Dialogues with Marcel Duchamp is a collection of insightful, often humorous interviews conducted by Pierre Cabanne in the 1960s.
  2. Han var v--n med s--v--l Gertrude Stein som Guillaume Apollinaire och Marcel Duchamp.
  3. Bicycle Wheel is a readymade sculpture by Marcel Duchamp consisting of a bicycle fork with front wheel mounted upside down on a wooden stool.
  4. Replica by Francis Picabia of a rectified readymade by Marcel Duchamp; engraving and pasted pieces of paper, handwritten inscriptions in pencil.
  5. Selected works and genres Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Marcel Duchamp Portrait of Chess Players (Portrait de joueurs d'echecs) 1911.

Duchamps

  1. Marcel Duchamp had a female alter-ego named Rrose S--lavy.
  2. MARCEL DUCHAMP. The art of making art in the age of mechanical reproduction.
  3. La mari-e mise - nu, chez MARCEL DUCHAMP, m-me.
  4. Marcel Duchamp's well-known painting of early 1912, Nude Descending a Staircase [No.
  5. Marcel Duchamp, who testified as well, outlined the case in his letters to McBride.

Surrealist

  1. Marcel Duchamp, Fountain, 1917, readymade porcelain urinal on its back.
  2. Displaying the marvelous: Marcel Duchamp, Salvador Dali and surrealist exhibition installations.
  3. Andre Breton, the leader of the surrealists, greatly influenced Marcel Duchamp by bringing him into the spotlight.

Kurt Schwitters

  1. The anarchic spirit of dada can be seen in works by Marcel Duchamp and Kurt Schwitters.
  2. During these years, he became familiar with Marcel Duchamp’s readymades and Kurt Schwitters’s box constructions.
  3. Gleizes's friends and fellow artists include such art-world luminaries as Marcel Duchamp and Francis Picabia.
  4. In the fall of that year, he and Metzinger joined the Puteaux Group led by Jacques Villon and his brother Marcel Duchamp.
  5. Illustrated: On the left is Marcel Duchamp's readymade of a female imprisoned behind chicken wire on the last page and back cover of VVV, No.

Dada

  1. Jean Arp and Marcel Duchamp both practiced Dada art as a form of protest.
  2. Marcel Duchamp, French Dada artist, whose small but controversial output exerted a strong influence on the development of 20th-century avant-garde art.

Rotoreliefs

  1. He begins with futurists artists, continues with Marcel Duchamp's "Coffee Mill," 1911, and ends the Duchamp presentation with his "Rotoreliefs" made in 1936.
  2. He mentions Marcel Duchamp and reproduces his Rotoreliefs placed on the pavement in front of the gallery together with other items from Edition MAT.
  3. External links MarcelDuchamp.org MarcelDuchamp.net AquaLoop.com: Marcel Duchamp Rotoreliefs BBC news story about the lasting influence of Fountain.

Objects

  1. Portrait of Marcel Duchamp is an amalgamation of broken wine glasses, assorted feathers, tree twigs, and other unidentifiable objects.
  2. Marcel Duchamp expressed his radical art by taking mass-produced objects such as a bottle rack or a snow shovel and designating them as sculpture.
  3. Main article: Marcel Duchamp French artist who broke down the boundaries between works of art and everyday objects.

Ray

  1. Along with Marcel Duchamp , Ray was a founder of the Dada movement in New York and Paris.
  2. The correct title as listed in Schwarz's text is "Marcel Duchamp as Belle Halleine," photo Man Ray, 1921, S 385.
  3. Founded in 1920 by artists Katherine Dreier, Marcel Duchamp and Man Ray, the Société Anonyme was a nexus of support for contemporary artists.

Ulf Linde

  1. This contains an advertisement for the special edition of 25 copies of Ulf Linde-s book "Marcel Duchamp" published by Galerie Eva af Bur-n.
  2. Saturday May 7, 1960 Bokkonsum opened an exhibition with some replicas of Marcel Duchamp-s ready-mades made by Per Olof Ultvedt and Ulf Linde.
  3. In 1960 Ulf Linde published Spejare (11) that had an enormous impact on Sweden's art world, primarily due to his presentation of Marcel Duchamp's works.

Surrealism

  1. Marcel Duchamp, a painter, sculptor and author, was associated with Cubism, Dadaism and Surrealism.
  2. This issue is dedicated to the Surrealism and there you can find a translation from Marcel Duchamp-s "A l-infinitif" Neuilly 1913.
  3. Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968), the painter and mixed media artist, was associated with Cubism, Dadaism and Surrealism, though he avoided any alliances.
  4. A more fanciful sort of modern art was created by Jean Arp, Marcel Duchamp, and Kurt Schwitters in the irreverent manifestations of the Dada movement.
  5. The son of Chilean Surrealist painter Roberto Matta and godson of Marcel Duchamp, Matta-Clark trained as an architect.

Arturo Schwarz

  1. For Burliuk, there is a typescript version of Marcel Duchamp's notes on Dreier's draft.
  2. The medium is disclosed for the first time in Bonk, Marcel Duchamp: The Box in a Valise, New York, Rizzoli, 1989, pp.
  3. Arturo Schwarz, The Complete Works of Marcel Duchamp (1969), is a lavishly illustrated study by Duchamp's Milanese dealer and friend.
  4. The other four entries refer to Linde's translation of the "Green Box" and his participation in Arturo Schwarz-s book Marcel Duchamp: Readymades Etc., 1964.

Suzanne

  1. Marcel Duchamp and their sister Suzanne Duchamp, also a painter, retained the original name.
  2. Marcel Duchamp's brothers and sister were Jacques Villon (painter and printmaker), Raymond Duchamp-Villon (sculptor) and Suzanne Duchamp-Crotti (painter).

Installation Art

  1. I like to credit Marcel Duchamp (along with many other important things) as the first to make installation art.

Max Ernst

  1. Many members of the surrealist movement continued to correspond and meet; in 1960, Ren Magritte, Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst, and Man Ray met in Paris.
  2. Though Breton admired Pablo Picasso and Marcel Duchamp and courted them to join the movement, they remained peripheral.
  3. Upon befriending Marcel Duchamp who was interested in showing movement in static paintings, Man Ray's works begin to depict movement of the figures.
  4. Marcel Duchamp is futuristic in purest term without the political rhetoric of Futurism movement.

Bottle Rack

  1. Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) is best-known for his "ready-mades" - such as the urinal, entitled "Fountain" and "signed" R. Mutt.
  2. Marcel Duchamp became one of the most influential artists in 20th century art.

Painting

  1. Dadaism, with its most notable exponent, Marcel Duchamp, rejected conventional art styles altogether by exhibiting found objects, notably a urinal.
  2. French artist Marcel Duchamp, known for his notorious 1912 painting Nude Descending a Staircase, first arrived in New York in the summer of 1915.

Art

  1. Readymade is the term used by the French artist Marcel Duchamp to describe works of art he made from manufactured objects.
  2. Through November 29, 2009, the Philadelphia Museum of Art is showing works by the late master Marcel Duchamp.

Breton

  1. In 1915 Man Ray met the French artist Marcel Duchamp, and together they collaborated on many inventions and formed the New York group of Dada artists.
  2. In 1941, Breton went to the United States, where he cofounded the short lived magazine VVV with Max Ernst, Marcel Duchamp, and American artist David Hare.
  3. He entered into a lifelong friendship with Marcel Duchamp, with whom he and Walter Arensberg founded the Society of Independent Artists in 1916.

Surrealists

  1. After forming the New York Dada group with Marcel Duchamp in 1917, he moved to Paris and became associated with the Surrealists.
  2. Andy Warhol is seen filming Marcel Duchamp at an exhibition opening in New York City.
  3. The Surrealists wanted to create an exhibition which in itself would be a creative act and called on Marcel Duchamp to do so.

Rouen

  1. Although Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) ranks among the most influential artists of the twentieth century, geographers have paid scant attention to his work.
  2. He is buried at Rouen Cemetery in Normandy, France alongside another literary giant Marcel Duchamp.

Dadaists

  1. He got to know the other Dadaists, such as Francis Picabia (later to become a Surrealist), André Derain, Marcel Duchamp and Man Ray.
  2. Marcel Duchamp, born in Blainville, near Rouen, is the brother of painters Jacques Villon and Suzanne Duchamp, and of the sculptor Raymond Duchamp-Villon.

Armory Show

  1. Visits Armory Show and discovers European avant-garde with the works of Marcel Duchamp and Francis Picabia.
  2. Nevertheless, he was admired by the Surrealist group and other avant-garde writers, particularly Michel Leiris and Marcel Duchamp.

Bicycle Wheel

  1. Pinoncelli, who was arrested, said the attack was a work of performance art that Marcel Duchamp himself would have appreciated.
  2. Duchamp's Bicycle Wheel - Hanneorla The daring artist Marcel Duchamp pushed people's buttons and provoked outrage throughout his career.

Large Glass

  1. The continuing importance of photography in contemporary art can be seen, for example, in the work of Marcel Duchamp and Yves Klein (1928-62).
  2. Marcel Duchamp, the Puck of modern art, left copious notes on the 'Large Glass', which he left 'definively unfinished' in 1923 after seven years' work.
  3. From the Back Cover "Acknowledged as the "Artist of the Century," Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) left a legacy that dominates the art world to this day.

Man Ray

  1. Outerbridge then traveled to Paris and became friends with surrealist artists, Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp, and Berenice Abbott.
  2. Postmodern philosophy also drew from the world of the arts, particularly Marcel Duchamp and artists who practiced collage.

Fluxus

  1. As the father of Dadaism, Marcel Duchamp is considered the grandfather of Conceptual Art.
  2. Marcel Duchamp and Allan Kaprow (who is credited as the creator of the first " happenings ") were also influential to Fluxus.

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  3. Culture > Arts > Visual Arts > Artists
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