Marcel Duchamp

Standard Name: Duchamp, Marcel


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Occupation Mina Loy
The Society of Independent Artists included many members of the Arensberg circle, especially Duchamp . The Society countered tradition in many ways in their plans for the exhibition. Their slogan was No jury, no prizes...
Occupation Leonora Carrington
LC participated in the Exposition Internationale du Surréalisme, which opened on this day at the Galerie Beaux-Arts in Paris. The show was curated by Marcel Duchamp and included pieces by Salvador Dali ,...
Publishing Leonora Carrington
The collection includes an introduction by Marina Warner , who worked with LC and Paul De Angelis on the integrity of the texts, which were first written between the late 1930s and early 1940s. Warner,...
Residence Mina Loy
There she gained entrance to the circle of expatriate and avant-garde writers and artists who gathered at the apartment of Walter Arensberg . Chief among these was Marcel Duchamp .
Burke, Carolyn. Becoming Modern: The Life of Mina Loy. Farrar, Straus, Giroux.
Textual Production Leonora Carrington
LC contributed The Skeleton's Holiday to L'Homme qui a perdu son squelette (The Man Who Lost His Skeleton), a collaborative novel she wrote with several other artists affiliated with surrealism, including Hans Arp


15 June 1916: A small international group of artists at...

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15 June 1916

A small international group of artists at Zurich in Switzerland (where many of them were sitting out the First World War) began this summer to call their indignant, iconoclastic work Dada or Dadaism. On this...


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