• Announcing the “International Online Bibliography of Dada”

    • Shipe, Timothy    05/01/00

    The International Dada Archive at the University of Iowa Libraries is pleased to announce the availability of its online catalog, the International Online Bibliography of Dada. With some 19,000 titles (including nearly 2,000 related to Duchamp), the online catalog currently includes about thirty percent of the titles in our card catalog. Grant fund

  • Delay in Delivery: A postcard sent by Duchamp in 1933

    • de Wolf, Hans    05/01/00

    click to enlarge 1.Man Ray,Kiki, 1924 2.Marcel Duchamp à Paris, 1931 In October 1933 Duchamp met with Nina and Wassily Kandinsky in Paris. They knew each other through Katherine Dreier who was close to both artists. Duchamp and the Kandinskys decided to send her a postcard. Dreier received the message in New York and the postcard eventually ende

  • The Green Box Stripped Bare: Marcel Duchamp’s 1934 “Facsimiles” Yield Surprises

    • Shearer, Rhonda Roland and Gould, Stephen Jay    12/01/99

    click to enlarge Green Box with 94 Items © 1999 Succession Marcel Duchamp, ARS, N.Y./ADAGP, Paris. click to enlarge Museum of Modern Art Lab. In 1934, Marcel Duchamp announced the publication of his Green Box (edition of 320 copies) in a subscription bulletin -- an enormous undertaking since each box contains 94 individual items mostly supposed

  • Hidden in Plain Sight: Duchamp’s 3 Standard Stoppages,More Truly a “Stoppage” (An Invisible Mending) Than We Ever Realized

    • Shearer, Rhonda Roland and Gould, Stephen Jay    12/01/99

    click to enlarge Marcel Duchamp, 3 Standard Stoppages, 1913-14 © 1999 Succession Marcel Duchamp, ARS, N.Y./ADAGP, Paris Marcel Duchamp's first box, the Box of 1914, included the seminal note that led to one of the artist's most important works -- the 3 Stoppages Étalon(or 3 Standard Stoppages): (1) The Idea of the Fabrication horizontal --If