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Duchamp

Marcel . 1887--1968, US painter and sculptor, born in France; noted as a leading exponent of Dada. His best-known work is Nude Descending a Staircase (1912)
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Des-territorializacion que en Duchamp adquiere una categoria aleatoria que induce a un cambio de rol: es abstraccion pura, ni figurativa ni proyectiva, sino lineas de intensidades recurrentes (Deleuze y Guattari 400).
Esto no es casual, pues Duchamp estuvo familiarizado con la cronofotografia, inventada por Etienne-Jules Marey en 1890, mediante la cual era posible imprimir, en una misma placa fotografica, la secuencia completa de una accion, por lo que tradujo esos elementos a la pintura.
Each of the three winners will receive PS250, the offer of an internship at Duchamp Head Office in London and their product put into a limited run of production as part of the Duchamp London AW13 collection.
Johns's work in this context may be seen as representative of an American quotidian tragic, of a "Death of A Salesman" ilk, fortified by Duchamp's heretical hermeneutics.
He worked his way up from humble sales assistant to part-owner and CEO of the prestigious Duchamp brand in a career that has seen him rub shoulders with the rich and famous and even the royals.
Para Duchamp tal accion no fue un rechazo tanto como una 'supresion'.
The artists' actual connections were few, coming in the last years of Duchamp's life, but they were certainly aware of each other's work.
So anyone with a urinal dated the early 1910s might be advised to check it for a Duchamp signature.
Thomas McEvilley in his article "Empyrrhical Thinking (and Why Kant Can't)" has described Duchamp's abandonment of painting, (6) which occurred soon after he introduced the readymades, as a decisive "turn," one that "was to be so portentous for the art of the rest of the 20th century." (7) McEvilley outlines how critics sought the cause of this important shift, ascribing it, for example, to Duchamp's two-month visit to Munich in 1912.
Marcel Duchamp's painting, exhibited at the Armory Show in 1913, predates Watson's, Crick's, and Wilkins's discovery the structure of DNA in 1953 by four decades.
Roberts tackles, then, the already much tackled question of Duchamp and yet does so in a manner quite distinct from the guardians of art theory in New York, indeed as if throwing down a gauntlet at them.
Craig-Martin, who taught Damien Hirst has displayed some of the world's most famous artworks including Salvador Dali's Lobster Telephone, Marcel Duchamp's Fountain and Jeff Koon's Three Ball Total Equilibrium Tank .