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An original work: The Blind Man’s Ball, as reported by Richard Mutt

All my Dada friends know: there are no rules to art. That’s Marcel’s mantra and it has become my own, too. I wake this morning on the 100th anniversary of the Blind Man’s Ball, and really want to hold it close to me, and therefore share my version of it with you, as odd as that sounds. 211 more words

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Exercise 1

Marcel Duchamp, Fountain, 1950 (replica of 1917 original)(porcelain urinal)

Credit: Fountain, 1950 (replica of 1917 original) (porcelain urinal) , Duchamp, Marcel (1887-1968) / Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania, PA, USA / Gift (by exchange) of Mrs. 123 more words

Creative Arts Today

Fountain17 Lecture

These are the notes from a lecture originally given at Hull School of Art & Design on 26th April 2017.

So, in this lecture I’m going to talk about my work for… 3,036 more words



First thing I like about this page: its title. It sounds like Maiden, but is actually referencing the readymades of Marcel Duchamp — one of my favorite artists (there are a lot of favorite artists, but he really is up there) — whose intention was to get away from himself. 294 more words

A Gallery Of Controversys

Art as Gift Symposium - notice

Saturday 13​th​ May
Lace Market Gallery
25 Stoney Street, Nottingham, NG1 1LP

Talk, discussion and performance featuring artist and critic Peter Suchin (Art Monthly) and performance artist Annette Foster. 84 more words

Art As Gift

Duchamp killed Picasso, but only if you're blind

I wrote a while ago about Duchamp Versus Picasso, and I am probably just repeating myself, but with just a bit more context and sprinkles on top.  2,703 more words