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Duchamp — Janis Mink, English

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When is a urinal no longer a urinal? When Marcel Duchamp (1887–1968) declared it to be art. The uproar that greeted the French artist’s Fountain (1917), a porcelain urinal installed in a gallery, sent shock waves throughout the art world.

This introduction covers all aspects of Duchamp's daring and scandalous works, evoking their pioneering creativity throughout a critical moment in Western art.

Author: Janis Mink
Publisher: Taschen
Number of pages: 96
Dimensions: 21 x 26 cm, hardcover
ISBN: 9783836534314 Learn More
  • TS534314
  • 96 PAGES
  • AUTHOR: JANIS MINK
  • PUBLISHER: TASCHEN
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When is a urinal no longer a urinal? When Marcel Duchamp (1887–1968) declared it to be art. The uproar that greeted the French artist’s Fountain (1917), a porcelain urinal installed in a gallery, + Show More

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When is a urinal no longer a urinal? When Marcel Duchamp (1887–1968) declared it to be art. The uproar that greeted the French artist’s Fountain (1917), a porcelain urinal installed in a gallery, sent shock waves throughout the art world. This introduction covers all aspects of Duchamp's daring and scandalous works, evoking their pioneering creativity throughout a critical moment in Western art. Author: Janis Mink Publisher: Taschen Number of pages: 96 Dimensions: 21 x 26 cm, hardcover ISBN: 9783836534314 - Show Less
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