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Inhaltsangabe: The nineteenth century ends in 1914 with Picasso, the twentieth begins with Marcel Duchamp.' This statement by the art critic Pierre Cabanne characterizes the French artist Marcel Duchamp (1887-1967) as a radical innovator, whose influence on the development of present-day art can hardly be overestimated. Almost all the avant-garde movements since 1945 - pop art, arte povera, conceptual art, performance art, multi-media art, and almost all post-modernist trends - are derived in one way or another from his artistic studies. Although Duchamp also left a limited number of paintings - including the cubist Nude Descending a Staircase of 1912 and his masterpiece, the painting on glass of The Bride stripped bare by her Bachelors, even - he is above all known as the creator of the 'ready-mades', everyday objects such as a snow shovel, a bicycle wheel, a bottle rack or a urinal, which Duchamp promoted into works of art by adding his signature and a title. In this way he put up resistance to what he called 'retinal art', art which had no other object than to please the eye. He did not think the unique, handmade and visually pleasing aspect of a work of art important, but rather the meaning and the value which the observer gave to the object. From this point of view, which in fact also contained an element of humour, Duchamp realigned the frontiers of art, and his radical new ideas inspired whole generations of artists. In his life-long search for alternatives to traditional artistic practice, Duchamp was fascinated by the art of mechanical reproduction, which was expressed not only in his ready-mades, boites-en-valise and his etchings, but also in the many copies, replicas, multiples and photographic reproductions, which were made of his work during and after his lifetime. This aspect forms the central theme of this richly illustrated study, which offers a new and often unexpected look at the life and oeuvre of one of the most remarkable artists of the twentieth century. Francis M. Naumann is an expert on Duchamp and Man Ray. He has previously published Marcel Duchamp: Artist of the Century and New York Dada

Vom Verlag: "Cuts clearly through the complicated tangle of Duchamp's many multiples. New Yorker writer Calvin Tomkins Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) was arguably the most radical artist of the 20th century. He stopped painting in 1918 and spent much of the next 50 years exploring alternatives to traditional artistic practices. This dynamic, richly illustrated study explains how appropriation and replication were central to Duchamp's art-and examines the significance of the many replicas that Duchamp created or authorized. From The Nude Descending a Staircase and The Large Glass to a 1960s re-creation of the Ready mades, Francis Naumann shows how Duchamp embraced all aspects of mechanical reproduction to short-circuit the clichs of a conventional artistic career-and highlight the cerebral qualities of his work. For all those interested in Duchamp and his enormous influence on modern art, this book is required reading. 440 illustrations, 200 in full color, 9 x 1211/8 " Francis M. Naumann is an independent art historian specializing in the Dada and Surrealist periods. He is the author of numerous books, including Abrams' New York Dada 1915-1923, and has curated several exhibitions, including the award-winning 1996-97 "Making Mischief: Dada Invades New York" at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, and "Beatrice Wood: A Centennial Tribute" at the American Craft Museum, also in New York. Naumann lives with his family in Yorktown Heights, New York.

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