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Marcel Duchamp Lived Here That Long???
By Stacy Horn
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"I looked up the address when I got home and freaking Marcel Duchamp lived there from 1942 until he died in 1968. How can that be? We had him that long, and so close (to where I live I mean)?? I had no idea. According to Wikipedia he died in France though, but did live in a Greenwich Village st ...more

Yes, Duchamp's piece was a pivotal moment
By Wrinkled Weasel
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A while back, Roger Scruton, the philosopher and writer, wrote this piece on his very occasional blog: The literature of this industry is as empty as the neverending imitations of Duchamp's gesture. Nevertheless, it has left a residue of skepticism. If anything can count as art, then art ceases to h ...more

The Unholy Trinity
By Soma in Kinderland
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"Do you know Rrose Sélavy? No? Humm… Eros, c'est la vie… arroser la vie…Rrose, my dear, is a creation of three provocative artistic figures from 20th century's early years. Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp and Francis Picabia were good friends with the same sense of humour... ...more

John Cage playing chess with Joan La Barbara
By Uncertain Times
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"Actually, Cage hadn't lost every single match with Duchamp. There was one that he definitely won, after a fashion. It happened in Toronto, in 1968. Cage had invited Duchamp and Teeny to be with him on the stage. All they had to do was play chess as usual..." ...more

Duchamp said...
By Passionate Ornithology
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".. ' since a three-dimensional object casts a two-dimensional shadow, we should be able to imagine the unknown four-dimensional object whose shadow we are. I for my part am fascinated by the search for a one-dimensional object that casts no shadow at all.' by Octavio Paz" ...more

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