Originally released by Multhipla Records, The Entire Musical Work of Marcel Duchamp is a collection of experimental pieces composed in 1913 by the legendary artist, and executed by Petr Kotik and the S.E.M. Ensemble in 1976.
Employing chance operations and non-musical sounds, Marcel Duchamp's musical oeuvre predated some radical concepts developed forty years later by John Cage.
Les presses du réel – Art History – Works in society
Ambiguity is inherent in images because visual perception is an interpretative act involving memory and imagination. Modern art has made this aspect of perception crucial to its relationship with the viewer. Images potentielles (Potential Images), the first systematic exploration of this topic, considers those works of art that rely to a great degree on imaginative response.
Transcript of Jeff Wall's extraordinary lecture on Marcel Duchamp's great legacy Étant donnés, presented at the First Annual Anne d'Harnoncourt Memorial Symposium, September 11, 2009, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
The publication presents new works by painter Christoph Ruckhäberle, assembling linocuts and offset pages held together by a Japanese binding. Beautifully produced, this artist's book is published in a limited print run.
A selection of unfavourable, violent, conformist, sceptic or narrow judgments on Picasso, published in French and international newspapers (Le Figaro, The Daily Mail, Les Lettres françaises, Life...) between 1917 and 1973.