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Surrealist Art - Intro
By Aavey
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"Cover of the first issue of La Révolution surréaliste, December 1924."
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"In 1941, Breton went to the United States, where he co-founded the short-lived magazine VVV with Max Ernst, Marcel Duchamp, and the American artist David Hare. However, it was the American poet, Charles Henri Ford, and his magazine View which offered Breton a channel for promoting Surrealism in the United States. The View special issue on Duchamp was crucial for the public understanding of Surrealism in America." ...Source
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Last work of surrealist Marcel Duchamp discovered
By Fiona Govan, , The Telegraph
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"The existence of the fireplace had been rumored after sketches were found amongst Duchamp's papers following his death Photo: MNCA"
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"The last ever art work created by the influential French surrealist Marcel Duchamp has been discovered in an apartment in in northeastern Spain... The artist is believed to be responsible for a corner fireplace built within the residence in the resort of Cadaques in Catalonia where he spent the final months before his death in October 1968. " ...Source
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Marcel Duchamp
By Dario Rodighiero
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"Marcel Duchamp by Ugo Mulas"
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"A tribute to Marcel Duchamp." ...Source
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Joseph Kosuth
By Dzire's Wonderland
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ONE AND THREE CHAIRS (1965)
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" A chair sits alongside a photograph of a chair and a dictionary definition of the word chair. Perhaps all three are chairs, or codes for one: a visual code, a verbal code, and a code in the language of objects, that is, a chair of wood. But isn't this last chair simply . . . a chair? Or, as Marcel Duchamp asked in his Bicycle Wheel of 1913, does the inclusion of an object in an artwork somehow change it? " ...Source
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A Little Dust, to Give a Room Character
By Alice Elliott Dark, New York Times
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"Dust Breeding" Marcel Duchamp/Man Ray (1920)
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"Several of the most influential modernist artists made much of dust. Marcel Duchamp grew it on plates of glass, and Man Ray photographed the results in a famous photo called "Dust Breeding." The glass was varnished and went on to become part of "The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even," which you can see at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. " ...Source
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