Arnaud Labelle-Rojoux

 
Arnaud Labelle-Rojoux (born 1950 in Paris, lives and works in Nice) is an artist. He first became known in the performance circuit and later became its historian with his book L'Acte pour l'Art (Les Éditeurs Évidant, 1988; repr. by Al Dante, 2004). Since then, he has published a dozen books, including L'Art Parodic' (Java, 1996; repr. by Zulma, 2003), Leçons de Scandale (Yellow Now, 2000), Je Suis Bouleversé (Semiose, 2007) and Twist Tropiques (Loevenbruck and Yellow Now, 2013).
 
Arnaud Labelle-Rojoux - En affinité(s) - Marcel Duchamp / Jean Dupuy
2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
Loevenbruck
This illustrated essay creates a dialogue between the works of Fluxus artist Jean Dupuy and dadaist Marcel Duchamp around their shared interest with eroticism.


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