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  1. Dialogues With Marcel Duchamp (Da Capo Paperback) by Pierre Cabanne, 1987-08-22
  2. The Writings Of Marcel Duchamp (A Da Capo Paperback) by Marcel Duchamp, Michel Sanouillet, et all 1989-03-22
  3. Inventing Marcel Duchamp: The Dynamics of Portraiture
  4. Affectionately, Marcel by Marcel Duchamp, 2000-10-02
  5. The World of Marcel Duchamp 1887 -1968 by Calvin Tomkins and the Editors of Time-life, 1972
  6. Marcel Duchamp: Etant donnes (Philadelphia Museum of Art) by Michael R. Taylor, 2009-08-25
  7. Duchamp: A Biography by Calvin Tomkins, 1998-03-15
  8. Marcel Duchamp: 1887-1968; Art as Anti-Art (Basic Art) by Janis Mink, 2000-05-01
  9. Marcel Duchamp: The Art of Making Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction by Francis M. Naumann, 1999-11-01
  10. Marcel Duchamp: The Bachelor Stripped Bare: A Biography by Alice Goldfarb Marquis, 2002-09-15
  11. Marcel Duchamp by Robert Lebel, 1967-08-31
  12. The Exiles of Marcel Duchamp by T. J. Demos, 2007-07-31
  13. Marcel Duchamp by Dawn Ades, Neil Cox, et all 1999-06-01
  14. Marcel Duchamp (Art & Design) by Anne D'Harnoncourt, 1989-12

1. Duchamp, Marcel
French painter and theorist, born in Blainville, near Rouen, in 1887. His father was a notary, and had six children, of whom four are wellknown artists in addition to Marcel
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Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2, 1912 Art Print

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A Abstract Art Apollinaire Armory Show Arp, Jean (or Hans) ... Atelier Gleyre B Balla, Giacomo Ballets Russes Bateau-Lavoir Bauhaus ... Brianchon, Maurice C Cabaret Voltaire Caillebotte Gustave Camoin, Charles Campigli, Massimo ... Cubism D The Dada Movement Dali, Salvador Degas, Edgar Delaunay, Robert ... Durand-Ruel, Paul E Elementarism Ensor, James Ernst, Max Esprit Nouveau, L' ... Expressionism F Fantin-Latour, Theodore Fauvism Feininger, Lyonel Friesz, Othon ... Futurism G Gachet, Dr Paul Gauguin, Paul Gleizes, Albert Gontcharova, Nathalie ... Guys, Constantin H Heckel, Erich Hodler, Ferdinand I Impressionism J Jawlensky, Alexej von John, Augustus Edwin Jongkind, Johann Jugendstil ... T - Z

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2. Marcel Duchamp Online
Encounter with Duchamp Marcel Duchamp World Community Kubisme (Cubism) (in Dutch) Museo Virtual del Surrealismo Bride s u r r e a l i s t . c o m

3. Duchamp Marcel
Duchamp Marcel 2 October 1933 Holy See (Vatican City State)
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4. Marcel Duchamp - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Essays by Duchamp. Marcel Duchamp The Creative Act (1957) Text Audio; General resources. Andrew Stafford Making Sense of Marcel Duchamp animated explanations.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search "Duchamp" redirects here. For other uses, see Duchamp (disambiguation) This article needs additional citations for verification
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Marcel Duchamp playing chess in 1952. (Kay Bell Reynal photo in the Smithsonian Institution Archives of American Art.) Birth name Henri-Robert-Marcel Duchamp Born 28 July 1887
, France Died
, France Nationality French, became a U.S. citizen in 1955 Field Painting sculpture film Movement Dada Surrealism Works Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2

The Bride Stripped Bare By Her Bachelors, Even

Etant donnés
Marcel Duchamp (28 July 1887 – 2 October 1968; [maʁsɛl dyˈʃɑ̃] ) was a French artist whose work is most often associated with the Dadaist and Surrealist movements. Duchamp's output influenced the development of post- World War I Western art. He advised modern art collectors, such as Peggy Guggenheim and other prominent figures, thereby helping to shape the tastes of

5. Marcel Duchamp - Olga's Gallery
One of the largest online painting museums. New exhibits daily. Biographies and main works of many famous artists. Excellent quality of reproductions. Historical comments.
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Marcel Duchamp was born on 28 July 1887, in Blainville, near Rouen, France, into the family of a well to-do-notary. Both parents respected and encouraged cultural activities; four of their children became artists - Raymond Duchamp-Villon (1876-1918), sculptor, Suzanne Duchamp, poetess and artist, better known under the name of Crotti, Marcel Duchamp himself, and the half brother of the three, Gaston, painter, who is known as Jacques Villon.
Marcel Duchamp at Artprice To look at auction records, find Duchamp's works in upcoming auctions, check price levels and indexes for his works, read his biography and view his signature, access the Artprice database.
Landscape at Blainville. 1902. Oil on canvas. 61 x 50 cm. Private collection. Paradise. 1910-11. Oil on canvas. 114.5 x 128.5 cm. The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA, USA. Portrait of Dr. R. Dumouchel. 1910. Oil on canvas. 100 x 65 cm. The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA, USA. Young Girl and Man in Spring/ Jeune homme et jeune fille dans le printemps.

6. Duchamp, Marcel In UK Directory: Entertainment: Art: Artists: 20th Century: Dada
Duchamp, Marcel Features biographies, criticism and images of the work of the artist.
Duchamp, Marcel
Features biographies, criticism and images of the work of the artist.

Site dedicated to the man who made art out of an urinal.
Encounter with
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... Marcel Duchamp's Impossible Bed
Influence From Art to Science

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The Marcel Duchamp Time Line
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8. Making Sense Of Marcel Duchamp
Take an interactive journey through the art and ideas of Marcel Duchamp. Flash, 236k.
by Andrew Stafford FULL WINDOW TEXT ONLY

9. L.H.O.O.Q., Replica - Duchamp, Marcel -
L.H.O.O.Q., replica Marcel Duchamp 1930 Pencil on a reproduction of Mona Lisa, 64.7 x 48.2 cm Private collection 2nd version of L.H.O.O.Q. made for Louis Aragon.
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Pencil on a reproduction of Mona Lisa, 64.7 x 48.2 cm
Private collection 2nd version of L.H.O.O.Q. made for Louis Aragon.
Inscription on the lower right: Marcel Duchamp (replique, 1930)
Duchamp wrote to Jean Crotti that he has made a ‘Joconde’ for Louis Aragon similar to the original, which he had made in Paris in 1919, belonging to Man Ray. This second version of L.H.O.O.Q. made for Louis Aragon is larger than the original one.
There are some others replicas and copies of L.H.O.O.Q. made by Duchamp: - Replica of L.H.O.O.Q. (1919-1940, Collotype, 19.4 x 12.2 cm, Rotterdam, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen) - A full scale colour reproduction of Mona Lisa was incorporated in the Box in a Valise (1941, 19.5 x 12.3 cm, Paris) - Anonymous copy after Mona Lisa signed by Duchamp for Maxt Ernst (1955, Paris) - Replica for the book by Pierre de Massot: Marcel Duchamp, Props and Souvenirs

10. Making Sense Of Marcel Duchamp
Presents artist s biography and images of his works.
by Andrew Stafford FULL WINDOW TEXT ONLY

11. / Main Index features links to Encounter with Duchamp and other Duchamprelated web sites as well as original content Marcel Duchamp's Impossible Bed and Other 'Not


Fresh Widow Gallery
Selected works and related ephemera, some available for purchase. Encounter with Duchamp
Archived from 1996
November, 1999 Marcel Duchamp's Impossible Bed and Other "Not" Readymade Objects: A Possible Route of Influence From Art To Science
November, 2009: updated version, by the Art Science Research Laboratory

Original version, 1999 ... GERMS: The Art of Jaime Zacarias

12. Duchamp, Marcel (1887-1968)
Duchamp, Marcel. PAINTER, VISUAL ARTIST (FRANCE) BORN 28 Jul 1887, BlainvilleCrevon (near Rouen) - DIED 2 Oct 1968, Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine
Duchamp, Marcel
PAINTER, VISUAL ARTIST (FRANCE) BORN 28 Jul 1887, Blainville-Crevon (near Rouen) - DIED 2 Oct 1968, Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine
REAL NAME Duchamp, Henri Robert Marcel
GRAVE LOCATION Rouen: Cimetire Monumentale , Avenue Olivier de Serres (carr L, 19th rank)
Younger brother of the painter Jacques Villon and of the sculptor Raymond Duchamp-Villon. He started painting in a neo-impressionist style in 1902, but later he switched to cubism and futurism. In 1904 he followed his brothers to Paris, where he was educated at the Acadmie Julian. During the beginning of his career he frequently drew cartoons for magazines.
In 1911 he met the painter Picabia, who became a friend for life. By 1913 he was involved in dadaism. His paintings didn't sell, and he accepted a job as assistant librarian at Sainte-Genevive, where Picabia's uncle Maurice Davanne was director.
By 1914 he became the first artist to present industrially produced goods as works of art and these objects trouves (or Ready-Mades, as he called them) made him famous.
Because of a weak heart he wasn't forced to join the army during the First World War. Instead he moved to New York in 1915, where his "Fountain" (which was an urinal) was refused by an exposition in 1917 because it wasn't taken seriously. In 2004 however, it was elected the most influential work of art of the 20th century.

13. Tout-Fait: Marcel Duchamp Studies Online Journal
Journal focusing on the French-American artist Marcel Duchamp.

14. Marcel Duchamp World Community - Dada - Surrealism - Art Work - Paintings - Wils
Image Source Critic Gabriel Josipovici is making a few waves by drawing what some call a bravura link between D rer’s Melancholia and Duchamp's Bride Stripped Bare By Her
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Back to the Chess Game . . . Down Under posted: 10-28-10 Chess: A Cautionary Tale, Michael Doolan Image Source The Bendigo Art Gallery, located near suburban Melbourne, is hosting both the global Art of Chess exhibition and a special Australia-oriented show spotlighting local artists' interactions with the game that famously distracted Marcel Duchamp from the art world . . . and drove him to cross the world.. ...more Latest Postings Melancholia and the Bachelors Even Sculpture for Traveling Duchamp at El Bulli Duchamp and the Mandarins ... Saying the Least about Marcel Duchamp
Recent Postings Wayne Andersen, Marcel Duchamp: The Failed Messiah Marcel Duchamp - Spring, 1911 - Where it All Begins Belle Haleine: Eau de Voilette [Beautiful Breath: Veil Water], 1921 A New Look: Marcel Duchamp, his twine, and the 1942 First Papers of Surrealism Exhibition ... A Problem With No Solution T he Marcel Duchamp World Community Web Site offers a neutral, unbiased, internet location for the meeting and exchange of ideas among the international community of people interested in Marcel Duchamp studies. The site welcomes news, events, publications, papers anything related to Marcel Duchamp and his larger circle of friends in Dada and Surrealism.

15. Duchamp Marcel - Study For Chess Players
Duchamp Marcel (1887 1968) Study for chess players (1911)
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by MARJORIE PERLOFF At a Dada exhibition in Dusseldorf, I was impressed that though Schwitters and Picabia and the others had all become artists with the passing of time, Duchamp's work remained unacceptable as art. John Cage, Interview, 1973 From a distance these things, these Movements take on a charm that they do not have close upI assure you ." Marcel Duchamp, Letter to Ettie Stettheimer, 1921 A recently produced Dada Website gives us the following definition of Dada: Dada (French: 'hobby-horse'), nihilistic movement in the arts that flourished primarily in Zurich, New York City, Berlin, Cologne, Paris, and Hannover, Ger. in the early twentieth-century. . . . the name was adopted at Hugo Ball's Cabaret (Café) Voltaire, in Zurich, during one of the meetings held in 1916 by a group of young artists and war resisters that included Jean Arp, Richard Hülsenbeck, Tristan Tzara, Marcel Janco, and Emmy Hennings; when a paper knife inserted into a French-German dictionary pointed to the word dada, this word was seized upon by the group as appropriate for their anti-aesthetic creations and protest activities, which were engendered by disgust for bourgeois values and despair over World War I. A precursor of what was to be called the Dada movement, and ultimately its leading member, was Marcel Duchamp, who in 1913 created his first ready-made (now lost) the "Bicycle Wheel," consisting of a wheel mounted on the seat of a stool.

17. Marcel Duchamp - Wikipédia
Article de l encyclop die sur le peintre et sculpteur franco-am ricain, inventeur des ready-made (1887-1968).
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Nationalité France États-Unis Activité(s) peintre plasticien homme de lettres Formation Autodidacte Mouvement artistique Dadaïsme Surréalisme Œuvres réputées Nu descendant un escalier Fontaine Mariée mise à nu par ses célibataires, même Mécènes Walter Arensberg Influencé par Impressionnisme Fauvisme Cubisme Influença Art cinétique Pop art Nouveau réalisme Minimalisme ... Art conceptuel Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) est un peintre , plasticien, homme de lettres français, naturalisé américain en Inventeur des ready-made au début du XXe siècle, sa démarche artistique exerce une influence majeure sur les différents courants de l' art contemporain
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Né le juillet Blainville-Crevon en Seine-Maritime , Marcel Duchamp est le fils du notaire de Blainville-Crevon , et le petit-fils d' Émile Frédéric Nicolle homme d'affaires avisé et artiste, qui enseigna l'art à ses petits-enfants. Il est issu d'une famille de six enfants, dont le sculpteur

18. Duchamp Marcel: Free Encyclopedia Articles At Online Library
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19. Art Guide Duchamp, Marcel
Details on the artist Duchamp, Marcel The Works. Some highlights of works by this artist selected by Art Guide's editors and readers.

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Marcel Duchamp Naissance : Blainville-Crevon - 1887 / Dcs : Paris
Marcel Duchamp visitant en 1912 une exposition de technologie aronautique aurait dclar Fernand Lger et Brancusi "La peinture est morte. Qui pourra faire mieux que cette hlice ? Dis-moi, tu en serais capable, toi ?"
Biographie Marcel Duchamp fera sensation l'Exposition internationale d'Art moderne de New York, dite "Armory Show", de 1913. Il y prsentera son Nu descendant un escalier n 2, ralis l'anne prcdente. Le modle sera prsent dans diffrentes positions successives selon un procd proche des recherches photographiques contemporaines. La Roue de bicyclette de 1913, fixe sur un tabouret de cuisine et ralise pour la dcoration de l'atelier de l'artiste, sera le premier objet d'une longue srie de ready-made. Marcel Duchamp se contentera alors de choisir les objets et les exposer. La dmarche esthtique devra dclencher le jeu des reprsentations symboliques associes spontanment ces formes.
Dfinitivement install New York en 1915, Duchamp deviendra une vedette trs mdiatise. Toujours aussi provocateur, il proposera sa Fontaine, un simple urinoir sign R. Mutt qui sera refuse au Salon de la Society of Independent Artists de 1917. L'artiste, dfendant l'urinoir sign d'un pseudonyme, dclarera : "Le fait que M. Mutt ait model ou non la Fontaine de ses mains n'a aucune importance. Il l'a CHOISIE. Il a pris un article courant de la vie et fait disparatre sa signification utilitaire sous un nouveau titre. De ce point de vue, il lui a donn un sens nouveau".

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