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3,1 is a homage to Francis Picabia’s Dada magazine 391, founded in Barcelona in 1917. The original magazine comprised 19 issues and included in addition to essays and drawings of Picabia contributions among others of Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray and Tristan Tzara. 391 was published in Barcelona, New York, Zürich and Paris. To recall the [...]

3,1 Poster Series

3,1 is a homage to Francis Picabia’s Dada magazine 391, founded in Barcelona in 1917. The original magazine comprised 19 issues and included in addition to essays and drawings of Picabia contributions among others of Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray and Tristan Tzara. 391 was published in Barcelona, New York, Zürich and Paris. To recall the [...]

Back in Paris after World War I, Duchamp experimented with machines that produced optical effects, work he had begun in New York. When this machine is set in motion, the circles appear to pulsate toward the viewer. The copper ring around the dome’s circumference is engraved with French words chosen for the way their sounds echo one another: Rrose Selavy et moi esquivons les ecchymoses des esquimaux aux mots exquis (Rrose Selavy and I dodge the Eskimos’s bruises with exquisite words).

Back in Paris after World War I, Duchamp experimented with machines that produced optical effects, work he had begun in New York. When this machine is set in motion, the circles appear to pulsate toward the viewer. The copper ring around the dome’s circumference is engraved with French words chosen for the way their sounds echo one another: Rrose Selavy et moi esquivons les ecchymoses des esquimaux aux mots exquis (Rrose Selavy and I dodge the Eskimos’s bruises with exquisite words).

Marcel Duchamp, La Mariée mise à nu par ses célibataires même (Boîte verte) on ArtStack #marcel-duchamp #art

Marcel Duchamp, La Mariée mise à nu par ses célibataires même (Boîte verte) on ArtStack #marcel-duchamp #art

Document from The Bride Stripped Bare by her Bachelors Even (The Green Box), Marcel Duchamp, 1934(via Dataisnature)

‘The Bride Stripped Bare by her Bachelors Even (The Green Box)’, Marcel Duchamp, 1934

Mel Bochner - Portrait of Duchamp - 1968

Mel Bochner: Portrait of Marcel Duchamp, 1968 - ink on graph paper (Private Collection)

Artwork by Marcel Duchamp, Pierre-Andre Benoit, Première Lumière, PAB, Alès, France, 1959, Made of etching

Artwork by Marcel Duchamp, Pierre-Andre Benoit, Première Lumière, PAB, Alès, France, 1959, Made of etching

"Anemic Cinema", 1926, by Marcel Duchamp;  Dadaist and Surrealist film;

"Anemic Cinema", by Marcel Duchamp; Dadaist and Surrealist film;

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