marcel duchamp

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"Humor and laughter - not necessarily derogatory derision - are my pet tools. This may come from my general philosophy of never taking the world too seriously - for fear of dying of boredom." ~Marcel Duchamp~

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Man Ray Marcel Duchamp, New York City “I don’t care about the word ‘art’ because it has been so discredited. So I want to get rid of it. There is an unnecessary adoration of ‘art’ today. Man Ray, Takashi Murakami, Hans Richter, Francis Picabia, National Portrait Gallery, Salvador Dali, Artistic Photography, Photography Portraits, Street Photography

[Photographic] London: Man Ray Portraits, National Portrait Gallery

We saved Man Ray Portraits exhibition in the National Portrait Gallery as our last treat in London. Like you save your favourite part of the cake for last so that all the goodness lingers on and se…

Marcel Duchamp’s alter ego Rrose Sélavy, photographed by Man Ray, 1921 Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray, Yves Klein, Francesca Woodman, Harlem Renaissance, Alter Ego, Dada Art, Art Deco, Cubism

What Dada Was and Why It Matters

Dadaism as a movement and Dada art itself were amusing and absurd, but grew out of fear and anger over the senseless loss of life of World War I.

In March the Greenwich Village gallery owner Michael Freilich (RoKo Gallery) asked 28 year-old Victor Obsatz to photograph Marcel Duchamp in his apartment on West Street. The resulting double-exposure print pleased Duchamp very much. Vladimir Kush, Jeff Koons, David Hockney, Famous Artists, Great Artists, Piercings, Aesthetic People, Art Moderne, Portraits

Double Photograph of Marcel Duchamp - Victor Obsatz

Double Photograph of Marcel Duchamp by Victor Obsatz 1953. A work from the collections of the de Young and Legion of Honor museums of San Francisco, CA.

Triple Exposure of Marcel Duchamp Smoking a Cigar, by John D. Art Pictures, Photos, Art Pics, Out Of Focus, National Portrait Gallery, Man Ray, Conceptual Art, Double Exposure, Famous Artists

National Portrait Gallery | Inventing Marcel Duchamp

Triple Exposure of Duchamp Smoking a Cigar, John D. Schiff (1907–1976), Gelatin…

MAN RAY Monte Carlo Banknote (Marcel Duchamp), 1921 gelatin silver print on carte postale, printed 'Rue Campagne Première' (Manford credit stamp (on the verso) image/sheet: 4 x 3 x Price realised USD Christies 4 April New York Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp Art, Creative Photography, Art Photography, Dada Artists, Out Of Focus, National Portrait Gallery, Expositions, Sculpture

An Interview with Marcel Duchamp

JT: In 2006, Pierre Pinoncelli attacked your Fountain [a replica of the 1917 urinal readymade signed R. Mutt] with a hammer, at the Pompidou Center in Paris. I was wondering if you had any comments…

Take another look at two artistic giants: father of conceptual art Marcel Duchamp, and larger-than-life Surrealist Salvador Dalí. This is the first exhibition to throw light on their surprising relationship an… Marcel Duchamp, Conceptual Art, Surreal Art, Catalan Language, Architecture Journal, Salvador Dali Art, Most Famous Artists, Willem De Kooning, Royal Academy Of Arts

Dalí / Duchamp | Exhibition | Royal Academy of Arts

Take another look at two artistic giants: father of conceptual art Marcel Duchamp, and larger-than-life Surrealist Salvador Dalí. This is the first exhibition to throw light on their surprising relationship an…

Marcel Duchamp, Tu m', 1918 Style: Dada The title is a French expression in which the verb is missing, equivalent to "you [blank] me." The verb must be provided by the viewer. This would be Duchamp's last canvas. By this time, he openly detested painting. Marcel Duchamp, Ancient History, Art History, French Expressions, Language Activities, Henri Matisse, Cubism, Artists Like, Conceptual Art

Making Sense of Marcel Duchamp | scalable version

Marcel Duchamp, Tu m', 1918 Style: Dada The title is a French expression in which the verb is missing, equivalent to "you [blank] me." The verb must be provided by the viewer. This would be Duchamp's last canvas. By this time, he openly detested painting.

“I like living, breathing better than working...my art is that of living. Each second, each breath is a work which is inscribed nowhere, which is neither visual nor cerebral, it's a sort of constant euphoria.” ― Marcel Duchamp @avedonfoundation Marcel Duchamp, Richard Avedon, My Arts, Fictional Characters, Inspiring People, Instagram, Foundation, January, York

“I like living, breathing better than working...my art is that of living. Each second, each breath is a work which is inscribed nowhere, which is neither visual nor cerebral, it's a sort of constant euphoria.” ― Marcel Duchamp @avedonfoundation