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    •   Marcel Duchamp 1887 – 1968
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    • CEZANNE EXPRESIONISMO
    • FAUVISMO CUBISMO
    • Yvonne y Magdeleine recortadA 1911 Óleo sobre tela. 60 x 73 cm. P hiladelphia Museum of Art
    • The Armory Show
      • The "International Exhibition of Modern Art," organized by the Association of American Painters and Sculptors, at the armory of the New York National Guard's Sixty-ninth Regiment, at 26th Street and Lexington Avenue, from February 17-March 15, 1913. Chiefly organized by John Sloan, Arthur B. Davies, and Walt Kuhn.
    • FUTURISMO
    • Red de Paraderos 1914 Óleo y lápiz sobre lienzo. 148,9 x 197,7 cm. MOMA. NuevaYork
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    • Marcel Duchamp . Bottle Rack/Egouttoir (or Porte-bouteilles). 1914 Readymade: bottle rack made of galvanized iron. 59 x 37 cm. Original lost. Replica. Private collection.
    • Marcel Duchamp . In Advance of the Broken Arm. 1915. Readymade: show shovel, wood and galvanized iron. 121.3 cm. Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, CT, USA.
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    • Marcel Duchamp . With Hidden Noise. 1916. Readymade: Ball of string between two brass plates held together by four screws. 12.9 x 13 x 11.4 cm. The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
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    • L.H.O.O.Q. (1919)
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    • Marcel Duchamp/Ulf Linde, La mariée mise à nu, par ses célibataires, même, 1915–1923/1961 © Foto: SKM/Per-Anders Allsten © für die Werke von Marcel Duchamp: Succession Marcel Duchamp/Pro Litteris, Zürich The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even (The Large Glass) Made in United States Oil, varnish, lead foil, lead wire, and dust on two glass panels (277.5 x 175.9 cm)© Bequest of Katherine S. Dreier, 1952 MUSEO DE ARTE DE FILADELFIA
      • In 1916 in New York City, while working for the Society of Independent Artists , she met Marcel Duchamp . In January of 1920, Dreier, Duchamp, and Man Ray founded the Société Anonyme in Dreier's Manhattan apartment.
      • Dreier planned to convert her house in West Redding, Connecticut into a museum to house the Société Anonyme's collection of artwork, in addition to her private collection. She contacted Yale University about managing the museum, and Yale suggested that the collection be merged with the Yale University Art Gallery . She sent the Societe Anonyme's collection to New Haven , Connecticut in October of 1941. In 1942, she was still attempting to have her house in Redding, Connecticut become a museum for her private collection. Without any financial backing, she decided to sell the house.
      • In April of 1946, she moved to a new home in Milford, Connecticut and continued to add artwork to the collection at Yale. In 1947, she attempted to reopen membership to the Societe Anonyme and printed a brochure, but Yale blocked distribution of the brochure because its name appeared on it. In 1948, Dreier and Duchamp created a catalog of the collection.
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      • In 1942, Andre Breton organised a retrospective exhibition of Surrealist art in New York: First Papers of Surrealism .
      • For the vernissage Marcel Duchamp created this installation – a gigantic web – called the Mile of String .
      • He and Breton furthermore arranged for a number of children to ball in the room thereby making it very difficult for the guests to see the paintings.
    • Mile of String 1942, New York
      • El término instalaciones fue utilizado por primera vez por el minimalista Dan Flavin , hacia 1968, para designar sus obras espaciales con tubos fluorescentes.
      • Hay quienes consideran a las instalaciones como obra de arte "total" rastreando entre sus componentes a la arquitectura y al teatro.
      • Dirá Glusberg: "La instalación es una obra única, que se genera a partir de un concepto y/o de una narrativa visual creada por el artista en un espacio concreto en el que se establece una interacción completa entre los elementos introducidos y el espacio considerado como obra total". ( 1 )
      • Debemos tener en claro, además, la diferenciación entre ambientación e instalación.
        • La ambientación supone un entorno que exige ser recorrido por el espectador, quien atraviesa así por una serie de situaciones inesperadas, generalmente festivas.
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    • Mixed-media assemblage: wooden door, bricks, velvet, wood, leather stretched over an armature of metal, twigs, aluminum, iron, glass, Plexiglas, linoleum, cotton, electric lights, gas lamp (Bec Auer type), motor, etc MUSEO DE ARTE DE PHILADELFIA Gift of the Cassandra Foundation, 1969
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