Marcel Duchamp

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'Call Andy Warhol': Christo diary extracts published to shed light on artist's life
Diaries of artist who wrapped Pont Neuf and Berlin Reichstag reveal illustrious circle of New York friends

Kim Willsher

07, Feb, 2021 @11:34 AM

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Madrid surrealism show offers escape from pandemic reality
Exhibition explores how surrealist movement influenced culture and design in 20th century

Sam Jones in Madrid

13, Nov, 2020 @5:00 AM

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Make a masterpiece at home – with Yoko Ono and a tin of tuna
Is making a sandwich art? What about stacking furniture? Our writer gets through quarantine by obeying the commands of ‘instructional artists’ from Yoko Ono to her modern-day successors

Oliver Basciano

07, Apr, 2020 @2:32 PM

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Duchamp’s Fountain and the feminist avant garde in New York | Letters
Letters: Prof Dawn Ades pours cold water on the suggestion that Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven was the artist’s accomplice

Letters

03, Apr, 2019 @5:33 PM

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When will the art world recognise the real artist behind Duchamp's Fountain?
Evidence suggests the famous urinal Fountain, attributed to Marcel Duchamp, was actually created by Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven. Why haven’t we heard of her, asks Siri Hustvedt

Siri Hustvedt

29, Mar, 2019 @1:00 PM

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Why would Trump turn down a golden toilet? Because he already has one
The 18-karat loo offered to the US president by the Guggenheim is a modern masterpiece – as the 100,000 people who have used it can testify. The White House should plumb it in pronto

Jonathan Jones

26, Jan, 2018 @2:21 PM

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Siberian warriors and a Christmas cracker of surrealist fun – the week in art
The Natural History Museum has a whale of an exhibition, a Games of Thrones world comes to life at the British Museum and Susan Philipsz finds her voice

Jonathan Jones

22, Dec, 2017 @12:00 PM

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Jonathan Jones's top 10 art exhibitions of 2017
The inventor of modern art caps an amazing year of drawings by old masters, vast 20th-century retrospectives and the return of the YBAs

Jonathan Jones

13, Dec, 2017 @7:00 AM

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Examining the plumbing of Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain, 1917
Initially dismissed as ‘immoral’, the artist’s bold work challenged notions of what art could be, shifting it from new physical creations to moulding ideas

Skye Sherwin

20, Oct, 2017 @8:59 AM

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The Chapmans do Goya, Gary Hume keeps it banal and the Tate swings – the week in art
Swingers invade the Turbine Hall, Hume finds beauty in the banal and a high-spirited surrealist comes to Margate – all in your weekly dispatch

Jonathan Jones

06, Oct, 2017 @3:29 PM

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The 10 best things to do this week: Lubaina Himid, Frieze and St Vincent
The Turner nominee addresses the glamorisation of slaves, the famous art fair returns to London and Annie Clark drops her new album

The Guide

06, Oct, 2017 @8:00 AM

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Dalí/Duchamp review – surreal bromance between art's odd couple
With their dirty jokes, sly puns and decadent eroticism, these subversive provocateurs have more in common than you might think – but there’s no doubt who was the greater artist

Jonathan Jones

02, Oct, 2017 @4:42 PM

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