Tag Archives: Marcel Duchamp


From the Archives: An Interview with Marcel Duchamp, From 1968


Winter Preview: The Most Promising Museum Shows and Biennials Around the World


Robert Rauschenberg’s Rare Duchamp Readymade Goes to Art Institute of Chicago

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To All Tomorrow’s Parties: Break Out the Bubbly—Florine Stettheimer’s Back

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How to Get Forgotten: What Ever Happened to Aaron Kuriloff?

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A Timeline of Attempts to Fix the Art World

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‘Endgame: Duchamp, Chess, and the Avant-Garde’ at Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona

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School of Presentation: David Salle on Art Direction and Its Discontents


Rare Duchamp Up for Sale at Rauschenberg Foundation Show in Paris

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Shigeko Kubota, a Fluxus Artist and a Pioneer of Video Art, Dies at 77


Retrospective: Duchamp’s ‘interior-decorator’s eye’


Luxembourg & Dayan Places a Whole Show in a Little Box


Haim Steinbach Let Loose in Menil Collection’s Storage

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14 New Art-History Books to Change Your Mind