• Duchamp at the Pompidou by Video Tour

    • ASRL    12/01/05

  • Wanted: Original Manuscript on Marcel Duchamp

    • Kraus, Eva and Sonzogni, Valentina    04/01/03

    click images to enlarge Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Frederick J. Kiesler and Marcel Duchamp,center fold-out tryptich for View (ed. Charles Henri Ford),vol. 5, no. 1 (March 1945), various details Sometimes we tell each other Duchamp stories, which might surprise you since, you would reasonably po

  • Marcel Duchamp and the Museum of Forgery

    • LaFarge, Antoinette    01/01/02

    When I was in high school, I fell for awhile under the spell of the curious life and work of the Dutch forger Hans van Meegeren. I was particularly struck by how the forger's art is simultaneously self-aggrandizing and self-effacing, selfish and generous, bold and timid. This early entrancement opened into a broader fascination with dubious artwork

  • Rarity from 1944: A Facsimile of Duchamp’s Glass

    • Dreier, Katherine S. and Echaurren, Roberto Matta    01/01/02

    click to enlarge Figure 1 Marcel Duchamp,front cover for View Introduction by Thomas Girst On the last page of Charles Henri Ford's View (Fig.1) magazine of March 1945 (vol. 5, no. 1), an issue entirely dedicated to Marcel Duchamp, who designed both the front and the back cover, the attentive reader may come across an advertisement (

  • Dreaming with Open Eyes:The Vera, Silvia and Arturo Schwarz Collection of Dada and Surrealist Art at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem

    • Manor-Friedman, Tamar (with video)    12/01/00

    click to enlarge Click to see video video1(1.4mb) Marcel Duchamp, Why Not Sneeze Rrose Sélavy? , 1921/1964 © 2000 Succession Marcel Duchamp, ARS, N.Y./ADAGP, Paris . . . . and may I, who am still searching for something in this world, be left with open eyes, or with closed eyes in broad daylight, to my silent contemplation.

  • Rarities from 1917: Facsimiles of The Blind Man No.1, The Blind Man No.2 and Rongwrong

    • (Duchamp, Marcel, Roché, Henri-Pierre and Wood, Beatrice eds.)    12/01/00

    A few years after his arrival in the United States, Marcel Duchamp, together with his friends Henri-Pierre Roché and Beatrice Wood, published three small and very short-lived issues of what can only be described as genuine Dada-journals: The Blind Man No.1 (April 1917; Arturo Schwarz, The Complete Works of Marcel Duchamp, vol. 2, New York: Delan

  • Marcel Duchamp: A Readymade Case for Collecting Objects of Our Cultural Heritage along with Works of Art

    • Shearer, Rhonda Roland    12/01/00

    click images to enlarge Illustration #1 Eau et Gaz Advertisement, Paris,mid- to late 19th and early 20th century I was surprised to receive a recent loan request from the Centre Pompidou Museum in Paris for an Eau et Gaz sign from our Art Science Research Laboratory collection here in New York. Eau et Gaz advertisements (see illustration #1