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Marcel Dzama's Behind Every Curtain: Patterned by Duchamp
By Maria Goldverg
posted: 03-05-11
To say that Marcel Dzama, a French-Canadian favorite of the New York art world, was influenced by Duchamp's preoccupation with chess would not be wholly accurate. Walking through Dzama's latest show, Behind Every Curtain, at David Zwirner, leaves one with the sense that he has been seduced by Ducha ...more

"French Window" in Tokyo
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 03-03-11
The Mori Art Museum, way up at the top of the gleaming Roppongi Hills Mori Tower in Roppongi,Tokyo, is about to host a new exhibit featuring the work of Marcel Duchamp, along with that of rising International art stars who have won the prize tendered in his name. The Prix Marcel Duchamp is a 30, ...more

See M.D. Move
By Jenny Fan
posted: 03-02-11
Legend has it that Duchamp denounced and abandoned painting in 1923, and chose to spend his time playing chess instead.   In the 02-27-11 post on Marcelduchamp.net, we saw how Scott Kildall, computer programmer and chess enthusiast, created a user friendly game that allows players to compe ...more

Malibu Discusses the Gesture Duchampian Fountains Can Make
By Maria Goldverg
posted: 03-01-11
In celebration of Malibu City, CA's March 28th anniversary, local councilmember Pamela Conley Ulich recalled Marcel Duchamp's Fountain (1917), a simple white porcelain urinal signed R. Mutt, when she nominated a community art project in which 20 recycled urinals, toilet seats, and sinks from the Mal ...more

Progenitor of cinema and Duchampian innovation at SFMOMA
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 02-28-11
Ever enjoyed a photo flip-book? You were on territory pioneered by the great proto-cinematographer Eadweard Muybridge. Muybridge made his mark on the late 1800's by using photographic series to analyze motion. He's most famous perhaps for resolving the question of whether horses raise all four h ...more

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