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  • A Problem With No Solution Toutfait Marcel Duchamp

    AN ANALYSIS OF DUCHAMP’S ENDGAME PROBLEM AN EXCHANGE WITH LARRY EVANS. Diagram A Diagram B At first glance, the endgame chess problem that Duchamp devised (see Diagram A) gives the impression that White could play and win, for White has a pawn on the seventh rank and a quick promotion would seem inevitable. Black has two isolated pawns that could also advance, but

  • Marcel Duchamp by Sky White at Coroflot

    This layout for Marcel Duchamp: The Art of Making Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction is designed to express Duchamp's new angle on art-making. by Sky White

  • ‘Fountain’, Marcel Duchamp, 1917, replica 1964 Tate

    Artwork page for ‘Fountain’, Marcel Duchamp, 1917, replica 1964 on display at Tate Modern. Fountain is Duchamp’s most famous work. It is an example of what he called a ‘ready-made’ sculpture. These were made from ordinary manufactured objects. He then presented them as artworks. This invites us to question what makes an object ‘art’?

  • Marcel Duchamp MoMA

    Marcel Duchamp, Henri-Robert-Marcel Duchamp, Henri Robert Marcel Duchamp, Marcel Duchamp-Villon, Marsel Dushan, Marcel Duchamp- Villon, Rrose Sélavy, Rose Sélavy, デユシヤンマルセル, Duxiang, R. Mutt Ulan 500115393 View the full Getty record. Information from Getty’s Union List of Artist Names ® (ULAN), made available under the ODC Attribution License. Exhibitions 508: According

  • ‘Coffee Mill’, Marcel Duchamp, 1911 Tate

    Artwork page for ‘Coffee Mill’, Marcel Duchamp, 1911 The coffee grinder’s handle is shown in multiple positions while, stripped of its outer casing, the mechanism produces the flow of coffee. This diagrammatic approach, reminiscent of a technical manual, reflects Duchamp’s fascination with machinery as well as his concern for representing the passage of time.

  • Marcel Duchamp Artworks & Famous Art TheArtStory

    Marcel Duchamp's scandalous L.H.O.O.Q is an altered postcard reproduction of Leonardo Da Vinci's Mona Lisa. For this "assisted" (which implied a degree of manipulation as opposed to the "unassisted") readymade, Duchamp penciled a moustache and a goatee over Mona Lisa's upper lip and chin, and re-titled the artwork. The title riffs on the French pronunciation of the letters, "Elle a chaud au

  • Le «Porte-bouteilles» de Duchamp entre à l'Art Institute

    13/02/2018· Marcel Duchamp ira à Chicago. The Art Institute of Chicago annonce qu'il est l'heureux acquéreur du Porte-bouteilles de Duchamp, le père spirituel de l'art contemporain. Celui-là même qu'il

  • La Boîte-en-valise — Wikipédia

    La Boîte-en-valise (ou simplement Valise) est une série rassemblant des reproductions d'œuvres d'art de Marcel Duchamp et conçue par l'artiste lui-même. Œuvre d'art en soi, la première Valise est réalisée à partir de 1936 et présentée en 1941. Conception. Publicité pour trousses de toilette de voyage (1909). Lancée en 1936 et vendue à partir de 1941 par souscription aux États

  • MoMA Marcel Duchamp. Bicycle Wheel. New York, 1951

    Marcel Duchamp and the Readymade. Explore the provocative readymades of Marcel Duchamp. Bicycle Wheel. Marcel Duchamp (American, born France. 1887–1968) 1951. Metal wheel mounted on painted wood stool, 51 x 25 x 16 1/2" (129.5 x 63.5 x 41.9 cm) See this work in MoMA’s Online Collection “In 1913,” recalled Marcel Duchamp, “I had the happy idea to fasten a bicycle wheel to a kitchen

  • Marcel Duchamp The White Box (A l'Infinitif) Whitney

    Marcel Duchamp The White Box (A l'Infinitif) 1966 Not on view. Date 1966. Classification Sculpture. Medium Mixed media. Dimensions Box (closed): 13 1/8 × 11 1/4 × 1 1/2in. (33.3 × 28.6 × 3.8 cm) Accession number 2001.164. Edition 145/150

  • Marcel Duchamp MoMA

    Marcel Duchamp, Henri-Robert-Marcel Duchamp, Henri Robert Marcel Duchamp, Marcel Duchamp-Villon, Marsel Dushan, Marcel Duchamp- Villon, Rrose Sélavy, Rose Sélavy, デユシヤンマルセル, Duxiang, R. Mutt Ulan 500115393 View the full Getty record. Information from Getty’s Union List of Artist Names ® (ULAN), made available under the ODC Attribution License. Exhibitions 508: According

  • Marcel Duchamp Artworks & Famous Art TheArtStory

    Marcel Duchamp's scandalous L.H.O.O.Q is an altered postcard reproduction of Leonardo Da Vinci's Mona Lisa. For this "assisted" (which implied a degree of manipulation as opposed to the "unassisted") readymade, Duchamp penciled a moustache and a goatee over Mona Lisa's upper lip and chin, and re-titled the artwork. The title riffs on the French pronunciation of the letters, "Elle a chaud au

  • La Boîte-en-valise — Wikipédia

    La Boîte-en-valise (ou simplement Valise) est une série rassemblant des reproductions d'œuvres d'art de Marcel Duchamp et conçue par l'artiste lui-même. Œuvre d'art en soi, la première Valise est réalisée à partir de 1936 et présentée en 1941. Conception. Publicité pour trousses de toilette de voyage (1909). Lancée en 1936 et vendue à partir de 1941 par souscription aux États

  • Le «Porte-bouteilles» de Duchamp entre à l'Art Institute

    13/02/2018· Marcel Duchamp ira à Chicago. The Art Institute of Chicago annonce qu'il est l'heureux acquéreur du Porte-bouteilles de Duchamp, le père spirituel de l'art contemporain. Celui-là même qu'il

  • PHILLIPS : Search Results for Marcel Duchamp

    Richard Pettibone Marcel Duchamp "Bicycle Wheel," 1913 Sold for $ 63,000 20th c. and Contemporary Art Day Sale Morning Session. 08 December 2020

  • Marcel Duchamp and Chess Chess

    02/07/2007· Henri-Robert-Marcel Duchamp was a French chessplayer and renouwned artist. He was born in Blainville-Crevon, France on July 28, 1887 and died on October 2, 1968. He came from a family of artists and chess players. He had 4 brothers and 2 sisters. In

  • Fountain (Duchamp) Wikipedia

    Fountain is a readymade sculpture by Marcel Duchamp in 1917, consisting of a porcelain urinal signed "R. Mutt". In April 1917, an ordinary piece of plumbing chosen by Duchamp was submitted for an exhibition of the Society of Independent Artists, the inaugural exhibition by the Society to be staged at The Grand Central Palace in New York. In Duchamp's presentation, the urinal's orientation was

  • MoMA Marcel Duchamp. Bicycle Wheel. New York, 1951

    Marcel Duchamp and the Readymade. Explore the provocative readymades of Marcel Duchamp. Bicycle Wheel. Marcel Duchamp (American, born France. 1887–1968) 1951. Metal wheel mounted on painted wood stool, 51 x 25 x 16 1/2" (129.5 x 63.5 x 41.9 cm) See this work in MoMA’s Online Collection “In 1913,” recalled Marcel Duchamp, “I had the happy idea to fasten a bicycle wheel to a kitchen

  • “Faucon” or “Perroquet”? A Note on Duchamp’s Morceaux

    Notes : 1. Arturo Schwarz, The Complete Works of Marcel Duchamp 3rd ed.( New York: Delano, 1997), 2:885. 2.Thomas Girst has pointed out to me that, in the page of bird illustrations that Duchamp used as a source for his 1967 collage Pollyperruque(see Schwarz, 2: 871, for a discussion of this work) (figure 4), there is a “faucon,” mirror-reversed from Duchamp’s, that is not wholly unlike