Marcel Duchamp, La Fontaine

Marcel Duchamp

Marcel Duchamp, La Fontaine

Marcel Duchamp, Nu descendant un escalier (1912). Retranscription d'une action grâce à la déformation d'un sujet dans un déplacement. Mouvement créé par la dynamique et la complexité de la représentation.

Marcel Duchamp, Nu descendant un escalier (1912). Retranscription d'une action grâce à la déformation d'un sujet dans un déplacement. Mouvement créé par la dynamique et la complexité de la représentation.

"Marcel Duchamp descending a staircase" by Eliot Elisofon New York 1952 http://www.bijouxmrm.com/

"Marcel Duchamp descending a staircase" by Eliot Elisofon New York 1952 http://www.bijouxmrm.com/

La récupération dans l'art

La récupération dans l'art

Marcel Duchamp by Man Ray

Marcel Duchamp by Man Ray

Marcel Duchamp, Roue de bicyclette, 1913-1964

Marcel Duchamp, Roue de bicyclette, 1913-1964

Man Ray and Marcel Duchamp sitting beneath a Parisian street sign, “Rue de la Vieille Lanterne”, on a stage set in Hollywood. L.A., California, 1949

Man Ray and Marcel Duchamp sitting beneath a Parisian street sign, “Rue de la Vieille Lanterne”, on a stage set in Hollywood. L.A., California, 1949

Marchand du Sel

Marchand du Sel

Marcel Duchamp "The wheel" 1913; The Bicycle Wheel, is the first of Duchamp’s readymades, most of Duchamp’s readymades were individual objects that he repositioned or signed and called art, the Bicycle Wheel on the other hand is what he called an “assisted readymade,” made by combining more than one utilitarian item to form a work of art.

Marcel Duchamp "The wheel" 1913; The Bicycle Wheel, is the first of Duchamp’s readymades, most of Duchamp’s readymades were individual objects that he repositioned or signed and called art, the Bicycle Wheel on the other hand is what he called an “assisted readymade,” made by combining more than one utilitarian item to form a work of art.

Marcel Duchamp - Porte-Bouteilles, 1914

Marcel Duchamp - Porte-Bouteilles, 1914

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