An Artist Meets a Composer at a Party...
By Maria Goldverg
posted: 11-29-11
For those interested in collecting trivia, Marcel Duchamp met composer Igor Stravinsky at a party in New York in 1966. As they parted, Duchamp turned to Stravinsky and said: "Maestro, see you in another 50 years." ...more

Huang Yong Ping and Xiamen Dada
By Julia Borden
posted: 11-28-11
Huang Yong Ping was one of the founding members of the Chinese Xiamen Dada group, inaugurated in 1986 with a series of provocative group exhibitions. Members of the group had accumulated bits of knowledge about the original Dada movement from miscellaneous books and magazines that could be found in ...more

Huang Yong Ping and Xiamen Dada
By Julia Borden
posted: 11-25-11
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John Cage's music for Marcel Duchamp
By Lucy Li
posted: 11-17-11
If anyone can be called the Duchamp of the music world, it's probably John Cage. As the grandfather of avant garde music, he pioneered irregular meter, indeterminacy and unconventional use of musical instruments. In 1947, he composed "Music for Marcel Duchamp", and we have a performance of it in the ...more

The Perfect Punch Line...
By Maria Goldverg
posted: 11-14-11
  In a recent blog entry, visual poet Geoff Huth wrote about the different ways that people come to experience art--when they’re standing directly in front of a painting.  Some of us might like to share every thought we have with our companions and devote long minutes to each and ev ...more

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