By Anne Collins Goodyear, James W. Mcmanus
aka Marcel Duchamp is an anthology of contemporary essays through prime students on Marcel Duchamp, arguably the main influential artist of the 20 th century. With scholarship addressing the entire variety of Duchamp's occupation, those papers study how Duchamp's impact grew and inspired itself upon his contemporaries and next generations of artists. Duchamp presents an illuminating version of the dynamics of play in development of inventive id and legacy, inclusive of either own volition and contributions made by way of fellow artists, critics, and historians. This quantity isn't just vital for its contributions to Duchamp experiences and the sunshine it sheds at the better effect of Duchamp's artwork and occupation on sleek and modern artwork, but in addition for what it finds approximately how the heritage of artwork itself is formed over the years by means of moving agendas, evolving methodologies, and new discoveries
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II. , 1942–, editor of compilation. 1 Contents Cover Title Page Copyright Acknowledgments Anne Collins Goodyear and James W. McManus aka Marcel Duchamp: Meditations on the Identities of an Artist—An Introduction 1. Masking Marcel Wendy Wick Reaves Brittle Painted Masks: Portraiture in the Age of Duchamp Adrian Sudhalter R/rose Recontextualized: French and American Identity and the Photographic Portraits for Dadaglobe and New York Dada James Housefield Starry Messenger: Astronomy, Fashion, and Identity in Marcel Duchamp’s Comet Haircut David Hopkins Duchamp, Surrealism, and “Liberty”: From Dust Breeding to Étant donnés 2.
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