ASRL / PERPETUAL 2014
 
Muybridge as Modernist Muse
By PortlandArt.net
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Eadweard Muybridge Animal Locomotion, Plate 700, 1887 Collotype
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"Eadweard Muybridge understood that a single photograph was of little use when you are trying to understand the movement of an subject. Movement is inherently a function of moving through time and space. Muybridge's genius was that the even though a single photograph could only reveal a frozen moment in the movement of an object, a series of photographs are able to reveal a much more accurate description of movement...In Picasso and Duchamp's paintings, it is difficult to tell if it is the subject or the object that is moving." ...Source
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A new look at Art and Play
By Caroline Armijo, Beyond Friendship Gate
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"But after trying to share my graduate work with others...how could I possibly capture all of the art created by these six amazing artists: Marcel Duchamp, Alexander Calder, Jean Tinguely (my personal favorite), Claes Oldenburg, Elizabeth Murray and Joseph Cornell...Well, thanks to the magic of the Internet and widgets, I can create content which gives you a glimpse into the breadth of these artists' creative genius. Plus I am hoping that it won't become hopelessly outdated within a week." ...Source
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A creator needs only one enthusiast to justify him
By Artist Quote
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Man Ray "met Alfred Stieglitz in 1913, and through Stieglitz's Gallery 291, he became acquainted with many of the most innovative artists of the time, including the founder of the New York Dada movement, Marcel Duchamp. Man Ray and Duchamp remained close friends throughout their lives." ...Source
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Painter to Poet: Dorothea Tanning
By Andréa Fernandes , Mental_Floss Blog
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"In 1946, Tanning married Max Ernst in a double wedding with Man Ray and Juliet Browner. Their crowd also included Peggy Guggenheim (Ernst's third wife; Tanning was his fourth), Marcel Duchamp, René Magritte, Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, Dylan Thomas, and Truman Capote." ...Source
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The Anti-Retina Of Duchamp
By withhiddennoise
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Posted in Video, Avant Garde by mbumba(Hat tip: Where The Pieces Fall)

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