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Davy between painting, photography
By Alex Supartono, Contributor, Jakarta
posted: 09-11-08
"In his letter to Alfred Steiglitz -- the father of American photography -- Marcel Duchamp wrote: "You know exactly how I feel about photography. I would like to see it make people despise painting until something else will make photography unbearable." The letter is dated May 22, 1922." ...more

Machinima and Up and Coming
By The Recycled Cinema
posted: 09-11-08
"Most of my reading and writing right now is concerned with how Surrealists theorized found objects. The principal figures I'm looking at, Joseph Cornell and Marcel Duchamp were not officially inaugurated by Andre Breton into the Surrealist group but made some of the most interesting contributions t ...more

Jeu d'Úchecs avec Marcel Duchamp
By harry wanders
posted: 09-11-08
"This film records an in-depth interview with Duchamp which took place five years before his death, at the time of his first ever one-man show (at the Pasadena Art Museum). It records for posterity Duchamp talking about his life, his ideas on art, why he chose to continue living in America after fle ...more

"ALL ARTISTS ARE NOT CHESS PLAYERS" : Allan Savage on Duchamp, Man Ray, Picabia
By Michael Leonard
posted: 09-11-08
"For Marcel Duchamp, chess was almost everything. As his friend, the author Henri-Pierre RochÚ, noted: "He needed a good chess game like a baby needs his bottle." It featured throughout his art career, from his early painting Portrait of Chess Players (1911) to Reunion, the performance/chess game he ...more

Machinima and Up and Coming
By The Recycled Cinema
posted: 09-11-08
"Most of my reading and writing right now is concerned with how Surrealists theorized found objects. The principal figures I'm looking at, Joseph Cornell and Marcel Duchamp were not officially inaugurated by Andre Breton into the Surrealist group but made some of the most interesting contributions t ...more

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