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Marcel Duchamp - The Brawl at Austerlitz, Is it a readymade? Duchamp still inspires every artist alive today.

Marcel Duchamp - The Brawl at Austerlitz, Is it a readymade? Duchamp still inspires every artist alive today.

Fresh Widow - Marcel Duchamp

New York Miniature French window, painted wood frame, and panes of glass covered with black leather.

Marcel Duchamp - Box in a Valise. Links to the image only - but it is a HUGE image so you can see lots of detail.

I like the abundance of elements in the box as well as the employment of wood

Marcel Duchamp's Box in a Valise, 1941/1966 (Portable Museum)

The Boîtes en Valises Marcel Duchamp - a series of re-interpreted artworks as a…

La boîte-en-valise. Mala de couro contendo réplicas em miniatura, fotografias, reproduções coloridas de obras de Duchamp, 1935-41

Archives Dada, Marcel Duchamp, Box in a Valise (Boîte-en-Valise),.

Marcel Duchamp "Glider Containing a Water Mill in Neighboring Metals."  At the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Marcel Duchamp "Glider Containing a Water Mill in Neighboring Metals." At the Philadelphia Museum of Art - "specchietto" del : IL GRANDE VETRO

Marcel Duchamp: "Box in a Suitcase" A true original thinker, and father of the "readymade" -found objects as art.

Marcel Duchamp. The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even (The Large Glass). 1915-23. Oil, lead wire, foil,dust, and varnish on glass

Philadelphia Museum of Art - The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even (The Large Glass) Marcel Duchamp, American (born France), 1887 - 1968

Bride Stripped Bare By Her Bachelors, Even (The Large Glass) - Marcel Duchamp, 1915-23

The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors Marcel Duchamp, 1915 - 23 Philadelphia Museum of Art

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Marcel Duchamp, The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even (The Large Glass Mais

Marcel Duchamp, The Small Glass, To Be Looked at (from the other side of the Glass) with One Eye, Close to, for Almost an Hour on ArtStack #marcel-duchamp #art

The Small Glass, To Be Looked at (from the other side of the Glass) with One Eye, Close to, for Almost an Hour Marcel Duchamp

Rose Sélavy figures allusively in this "semi-Readymade," which consists of a small metal cage containing marble cubes and a thermometer. Duchamp explained that the thermometer was to register the coldness of the marble cubes since it is the cold that causes sneezes.

Why Not Sneeze Rose Sélavy? Marcel Duchamp, 1964 (replica of 1921 original) Painted metal birdcage containing marble blocks, thermometer, and piece of cuttlebone

Marcel Duchamp photographed behind his installation "sixteen miles of string" New York, 1942, photo by Arnold Newman

archives-dada: “ Arnold Newman, Marcel Duchamp behind his installation of “sixteen miles of string” New York, 1942 © 1942 Arnold Newman / Getty Images ”

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