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Richard Hamilton in the reflection of Marcel Duchamp (DVD)

Richard Hamilton in the reflection of Marcel Duchamp (DVD) Richard Hamilton - Richard Hamilton in the reflection of Marcel Duchamp (DVD)
A film by Pascal Goblot that explores an exceptional relationship between two influential figures of contemporary art.
Richard Hamilton, the father of Pop Art, devoted his life to the work of another major artist, Marcel Duchamp, the inventor of ready-made. An enigmatic, strange work, possibly one of the most complex works in the history of 20th century art, lies at the core of this unique dialogue: The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even by Marcel Duchamp, also known as The Large Glass. Richard Hamilton looked into every detail of this work with no attempt to reduce Duchamp's universe to a single level of understanding. Based on unpublished interviews, this film by Pascal Goblot explores the exceptional relationship between two influential figures of contemporary art.
Pascal Goblot is a video artist and maker of The unknown secret of Sylvester Stallone (CNC prize, 2010). His installation Through the Large Glasses featured in the exhibition Seconde Main at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in 2010. His latest book is Henri Atlan, La philosophie dans l'éprouvette, conversation avec Pascal Gobot (Bayard, 2010).
 
Edited by Gilles Coudert.
Film directed by Pascal Goblot.
 
published in July 2014
English edition (French / Spanish subtitles)
Digipack DVD (DVD5 - PAL - Multizone - AC3 Stereo - 16/9), 44 pages booklet
53'
 
20.00
 
ISBN : 979-10-91490-09-2
EAN : 9791091490092
 
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