ASRL / PERPETUAL 2014
 
Local Ready-Mades at Vintage Hardware
By Maria Goldverg
posted: 03-24-11
On March 12th, Vintage Hardware, a hardware and design shop in Astoria, Oregon contributed to the city's 2nd annual Saturday Art Walk by hosting a one-night-only exhibit displaying found art by students from the nearby Clatsop Community College. The burgeoning artists cited, among others, none ...more

India's Tata Nano to follow the trajectory of Duchamp's Fountaine?
By Jenny Fan
posted: 03-23-11
Any purported parallel trajectory between Marcel Duchamp’s Fountaine (1918) and India’s Tata Nano may strike many as odd.  After all, what does the most infamous urinal that rocked the art world in the twentieth century has in common with a compact car produced in India in the twent ...more

Man Ray's underexposed Muse, Lover and Colleague takes the Stage.
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 03-22-11
Never attaining the name recognition she deserves, the intrepid photographer Lee Miller cut a swath through the 20th century that few, male or female, can equal. Her life story traversed some of its central dramas: artistic, stylistic, technological, humanitarian, geopolitical. It also included a nu ...more

The Center for Olfactory Art Presents...
By Maria Goldverg
posted: 03-20-11
Marcel Duchamp is credited with composing the first ready-made, Fountain, in 1917 and the first art installation, Etant-Donnes (1946-1966). In 1938, however, Duchamp also created what was one of the world's first olfaction-based installations for the International Surrealist Exhibition at the Be ...more

shenanigans in Washington Square
By Jenny Fan
posted: 03-19-11
This picture of Duchamp was caught on the linked webpage by kismet. It brought to mind the story Ralph Gardner of the Wall Street Journal had recently chronicled about his adventure inside the Washington Arch.  According to Parks department head preservationist John Krawchuck, Duchamp and his c ...more

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