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  • Francis Picabia 1879-1953 was Duchamp's pal before Marcel made himself into a scandal.

    The Good, the Bad and the Inspiring

  • In a recent phone conversation, she noted that toy pianos "fit well with an artistic sensibility that values ordinary, everyday objects, like Marcel Duchamp's ready-made art."

    Artists Playing With Toys

  • In his studio, which takes up most of his home, Reed has hung a reproduction of Marcel Duchamp's 1915-23 "The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even," a piece known more commonly as the Large Glass.

    Paul Reed, the last of the Washington Color School, is still painting

  • The occasion was the opening of Duchamp's first American retrospective, in 1963, at the old Pasadena Art Museum.

    When the West Coast Went Pop

  • Any museum-goer who has peeped through the eyeholes in the rough wooden-door façade of Marcel Duchamp's "Etant Donnés" 1946-66 and caught sight of that work's sprawling, naked, female mannequin will get a sense of what espying Eiko and Koma feels like.

    In a Place of Dreams and Dreamers

  • But unlike Duchamp's work, which might draw titters or guffaws when its bare lady is found lying on the underbrush of its setting, "Naked" presents itself as contemplative and quiet.

    In a Place of Dreams and Dreamers

  • As I looked around the gallery walls, I found myself thinking about Paul Klee, about Duchamp's "Nude Descending a Staircase," and about a whole range of late twentieth century American painters.

    Peter Clothier: Gallery Rounds/Bergamot Station

  • In a general sense, the sometimes baffling works in this catalog are perhaps best appreciated in the context of Marcel Duchamp's signed urinal.

    Jules Siegel: It's Art, But Is It a Book?

  • It includes Marcel Duchamp's museum in a suitcase and Marcel Broodthaers's Museum Of Modern Art: Department Of Eagles, where the changing content and locations undercut museums' authority and permanency.

    This week's new exhibitions

  • One of Hamilton's masterpieces is his replica of Duchamp's Large Glass, in Tate Modern.was an intellectual.

    Richard Hamilton, the original pop artist, dies at 89

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