Museum of Art:
home to the world's most important collection of Duchamp's work.
Richard Mutt Case: Looking For Marcel Duchamp's Fountain:
by Michael Betancourt
Widow 3000 / Encounter with Marcel Duchamp:
a multi-media website that features original art, music, poetry as
well as the work of Duchamp with images, audio files, resources, and
the gateway to the International Dada Archive of the University of
Iowa Libraries. A great resource for information about artists and
writers of the Dada movement.
focuses on Duchamp with a good list of links, books, and videos on
the Large Glass:
an installation of computer generated work based on Duchamp's The
Duchamp Online, en francais:
a comprehensive French website about the life and art of Marcel Duchamp.
Includes a link list of 50 Duchamp sites.
*01 Marcel Duchamp:
discusses the first exhibition of Duchamp's Rotoreliefs and simulates
their visual effect with animated representations.
Minimal & Conceptual Only:
features the work of minimalist and conceptual artists with images,
interviews, and essays.
Online: a source for information about the art, literature
and development of the European Dada movement.
considers the life and art of Duchamp in relation to the Dada movement.
Elegant Pisser: Fountain by R. Mutt:
an essay by Max Podstolskii that explores the impact of Duchamp's
Fountain on the development of 20th century art
Hidden Noise: A Lifelong Flirtation with Fame:
in this article from The Idler web periodical, Alice Goldfarb Marquis
investigates the shaping of Duchamp's public image.
Duchamp: Exhibition Proposal
by Francis M. Naumann
Resource Guide to Art History
Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. (ASCI):
an international organization that promotes the intersection of art
and science via a monthly info-listing, exhibitions, international
symposia, and public projects.
the national organization of scholars and students which promotes
excellence in the study and teaching of Art History and criticism.
Art History Network:
a one stop resource for Art History, Archaeology and Architecture
resources on the web.
a search engine to hundreds of art museum sites and image archives
a visual arts dictionary of more than 3,000 terms, along with many
images and links to other online art resources.
History Resources on the Web:
Prof. Chris Witcombe's extensive list of online resources for all
periods of Art History.
an index of artists, museums, and criticism that combines over 200
artist bios with more than 2,000 images and many links.
of Fine Art at University of Toronto:
includes list of art and Art History resources.
Arts Department, Okanagan University College:
contains departmental information, image galleries, and a list of
online art resources.
History with Michelli:
the online supplement to Pippin Michelli's course in Art History.
Contains the "Art History Browser" of online art resources.
Scaruffi's Art Page:
an archive of important painters and museums with related links.
a nonprofit research center in Hungary that follows interesting art
experiments and promotes artistic communication. Has a good Duchamp
the Two Cultures in the Year Two Thousand:
Ken Stage evaluates the relationship between the art and science.
Mullens Art Pages at Marshall University:
contains over 30 links to Art and Art History related sites.
Wide Arts Resources:
the largest gateway to arts Information.
about Johannes Vermeer
Mary Reynolds Collection
The Mary Reynolds Collection: Surrealism and its Affinities in Ryerson
and Burman Lirbaries at The Art Institute of Chicago.
Official Site of Roland Topor
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