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Duchamp S Last Day

Author : Donald Shambroom
ISBN : 9781941701874
Genre : Art
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Published on the fiftieth anniversary of Marcel Duchamp’s death, Duchamp’s Last Day offers a radical reading of the artist’s final hours. Just moments after Duchamp died, his closest friend Man Ray took a photograph of him. His face is wan; his eyes are closed; he appears calm. Taking this image as a point of departure, Donald Shambroom begins to examine the surrounding context—the dinner with Man Ray and another friend, Robert Lebel, the night Duchamp died, the conversations about his own death at that dinner and elsewhere, and the larger question of whether this radical artist’s death can be read as an extension of his work. Shambroom’s in-depth research into this final night, and his analysis of the photograph, feeds into larger questions about the very nature of artworks and authorship which Duchamp raised in his lifetime. In the case of this mysterious and once long-lost photograph, who is the author? Man Ray or Duchamp? Is it an artwork or merely a record? Has the artist himself turned into one of his own readymades? A fascinating essay that is both intimate and steeped in art history, Duchamp’s Last Day is filled with intricate details from decades of research into this peculiar encounter between art, life, and death. Shambroom’s book is a wonderful study of one of the greatest artists of the twentieth century.
Category: Art

Duchamp S Pipe

Author : Celia Rabinovitch
ISBN : 9781623173579
Genre : Art
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Art, chess, and an $87,000 pipe frame an inside look at the relationship between Dadaist artist Marcel Duchamp and chess Grandmaster George Koltanowski Spanning three decades, two continents, two world wars, and the international art and chess scenes of the mid twentieth century, Duchamp's Pipe explores the remarkable friendship between art world enfant terrible Marcel Duchamp and blindfold chess champion George Koltanowski. Artist and cultural historian Celia Rabinovitch describes each man's rise to prominence, the chess matches that sparked their relationship, and the recently discovered pipe that Duchamp gave to Koltanowski. This tale of genius and resilience offers fresh insights into the essence of the gift in the bohemian underground. Rabinovitch invites us to discover the chess wizard and a Duchamp slightly off pedestal--and ultimately more human.
Category: Art

Marcel Duchamp And The Art Of Life

Author : Jacquelynn Baas
ISBN : 9780262042741
Genre : Art
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A groundbreaking reading of Duchamp's work as informed by Asian “esoterism, ” energetic spiritual practices identifying creative energy with the erotic impulse. Considered by many to be the most important artist of the twentieth century, the object of intensive critical scrutiny and extensive theorizing, Marcel Duchamp remains an enigma. He may be the most intellectual artist of all time; and yet, toward the end of his life, he said, “If you wish, my art would be that of living: each second, each breath is a work which is inscribed nowhere, which is neither visual or cerebral.” In Marcel Duchamp and the Art of Life, Jacquelynn Baas offers a groundbreaking new reading of Duchamp, arguing in particular that his work may have been informed by Asian “esoterism, ” energetic spiritual practices that identify creative energy with the erotic impulse. Duchamp drew on a wide range of sources for his art, from science and mathematics to alchemy. Largely overlooked, until now, have been Asian spiritual practices, including Indo-Tibetan tantra. Baas presents evidence that Duchamp's version of artistic realization was grounded in a western interpretation of Asian mind training and body energetics designed to transform erotic energy into mental and spiritual liberation. She offers close readings of many Duchamp works, beginning and ending with his final work, the mysterious, shockingly explicit Étant donnés: 1° la chute d'eau 2° le gaz d'éclairage, (Given: 1. The Waterfall, 2. The Illuminating Gas). Generously illustrated, with many images in color, Marcel Duchamp and the Art of Life speculates that Duchamp viewed art making as part of an esoteric continuum grounded in Eros. It asks us to unlearn what we think we know, about both art and life, in order to be open to experience.
Category: Art

Four Metaphors Of Modernism

Author : Jenny Anger
ISBN : 9781452956305
Genre : Art
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Exploring the significance of metaphor in modern art “Where do the roots of art lie?” asked Der Sturm founder Herwarth Walden. “In the people? Behind the mountains? Behind the planets. He who has eyes to hear, feels.” Walden’s Der Sturm—the journal, gallery, performance venue, press, theater, bookstore, and art school in Berlin (1910–1932)—has never before been the subject of a book-length study in English. Four Metaphors of Modernism positions Der Sturm at the center of the avant-garde and as an integral part of Euro-American modern art, theory, and practice. Jenny Anger traces Walden’s aesthetic and intellectual roots to Franz Liszt and Friedrich Nietzsche—forebears who led him to embrace a literal and figurative mixing of the arts. She then places Der Sturm in conversation with New York’s Société Anonyme (1920–1950), an American avant-garde group modeled on Der Sturm and founded by Katherine Sophie Dreier, Marcel Duchamp, and Man Ray. Working against the tendency to examine artworks and artist groups in isolation, Anger underscores the significance of both organizations to the development and circulation of international modernism. Focusing on the recurring metaphors of piano, glass, water, and home, Four Metaphors of Modernism interweaves a historical analysis of these two prominent organizations with an aesthetic analysis of the metaphors that shaped their practices, reconceiving modernism itself. Presented here is a modernism that is embodied, gendered, multisensory, and deeply committed to metaphor and a restoration of abstraction’s connection with the real.
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The Last Days Of Pompeii

Author : Victoria C. Gardner Coates
ISBN : 9781606061152
Genre : Art
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This publication is issued on the occasion of the exhibition The Last Days of Pompeii: Decadence, Apocalypse, Resurrection, on view at the J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Villa in Malibu, from September 12, 2012, to January 7, 2013; at the Cleveland Museum of Art from February 24 to May 19, 2013; and at the Musaee national des beaux-arts du Quaebec from June 13 to November 8, 2013.
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Marcel Duchamp

Author : Marcel Duchamp
ISBN : UOM:39015042601081
Genre : Art
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Recounts the Duchamp's artistic achievements in painting and sculpture, as well as his involvements with chess, film, theater, and people, and provides more than 1,300 reproductions of his works.
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The New Yorker

Author : Harold Wallace Ross
ISBN : NWU:35556037457033
Genre : Literature
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Aka Marcel Duchamp

Author : Anne Collins Goodyear
ISBN : 9781935623267
Genre : Art
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aka Marcel Duchamp is an anthology of recent essays by leading scholars on Marcel Duchamp, arguably the most influential artist of the twentieth century. With scholarship addressing the full range of Duchamp's career, these papers examine how Duchamp's influence grew and impressed itself upon his contemporaries and subsequent generations of artists. Duchamp provides an illuminating model of the dynamics of play in construction of artistic identity and legacy, which includes both personal volition and contributions made by fellow artists, critics, and historians. This volume is not only important for its contributions to Duchamp studies and the light it sheds on the larger impact of Duchamp's art and career on modern and contemporary art, but also for what it reveals about how the history of art itself is shaped over time by shifting agendas, evolving methodologies, and new discoveries.
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Artforum

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ISBN : PSU:000068327651
Genre : Art
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Marcel Duchamp

Author : Rudolf E. Kuenzli
ISBN : 0262610728
Genre : Art
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Essays discuss Duchamp's paintings, sculptures, and readymade objects, examine his approach to art, and consider his use of puns
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The Last Day Of The War

Author : Judith Claire Mitchell
ISBN : UOM:39015058795868
Genre : Fiction
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Traveling to Paris at the end of World War I, Yael, a Jewish teen passing herself as an older Methodist, and Dub, a covert member of the vengeful Erinyes organization, are caught up in the political carnival surrounding the Paris Peace Conference and a morally challenging secret plot. Reader's Guide available. 20,000 first printing.
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Ahead Of The Game

Author : Calvin Tomkins
ISBN : UOM:39015009759914
Genre : Arts, Modern
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Category: Arts, Modern

The Bride The Bachelors

Author : Calvin Tomkins
ISBN : UVA:X000816052
Genre : Art
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The widespread influence of Marcel Duchamp is revealed in these portraits of four modern artists of dissimiliar backgrounds and creative interests
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Duchamp Man Ray Picabia

Author : Tate Modern (Gallery)
ISBN : UOM:39076002742794
Genre : Art
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"For the first time, the friendships that existed between this triumvirate are examined in depth, revealing the way their mutual admiration inspired and sustained their creative output at different stages during their careers. All three were fascinated with new technologies that evolved during their lifetimes, including photography, film, mechanisation and mass production. All three lampooned the pretensions of high art, employing humour, eroticism and word play to great effect."--Back cover.
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Day Of Honor Omnibus

Author : Diane L. Carey
ISBN : 0671028138
Genre : Fiction
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First published in 1997, the five best-selling Star Trek novels relate the dramatic events surrounding the Klingon holiday, Day of Honor, in stories originally told throughout the four Star Trek series that come together in an omnibus edition. Original.
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Why Duchamp

Author : Gianfranco Baruchello
ISBN : UOM:39015015158580
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The book explores the mythology and critical scaffolding that surrounds Marcel Duchamp. It recaptures the essence of Duchamp's singularly revolutionary art and discover as well the man behind the artist.
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Over Here

Author : David Winton Bell Gallery (Brown University).
ISBN : STANFORD:36105033108221
Genre : Art, American
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Duchamp

Author : Sarane Alexandrian
ISBN : STANFORD:36105002631542
Genre : Art, Modern
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Color and black-and white reproductions of many of the modern French painter's works complement an exploration of his impact as an innovator and the psychological motivations underlying his art
Category: Art, Modern