Duchamp Readymade Art Bicycle Stool : 20th Century Vintage Industrial : Modern Fifty  Love the combination of wood textures here as well as the color palette.

Duchamp Readymade Art Bicycle Stool : 20th Century Vintage Industrial : Modern Fifty Love the combination of wood textures here as well as the color palette.

From Duchamp's readymade "Fountain" to Sarah Lucas's priapic cucumber, these sculptures and installations exploit the arresting presence of the found object.

From Duchamp's readymade "Fountain" to Sarah Lucas's priapic cucumber, these sculptures and installations exploit the arresting presence of the found object.

Bicycle Wheel: Dada artist Marcel Duchamp created his ‘Readymades’ as an alternative to representing objects in paint. He chose commercial objects to designate as art, titling them and displaying them in the same way of traditional works. MoMA, conceptual art, gallery, art history, contemporary, objects, blog post, Maxine Snider Inc.

Bicycle Wheel: Dada artist Marcel Duchamp created his ‘Readymades’ as an alternative to representing objects in paint. He chose commercial objects to designate as art, titling them and displaying them in the same way of traditional works. MoMA, conceptual art, gallery, art history, contemporary, objects, blog post, Maxine Snider Inc.

The Arguments for and Against the Institutional Theory of Defining Art

The Arguments for and Against the Institutional Theory of Defining Art

An article summarising the 4 main theories for defining art, including the criticisms for each and counter-arguments where they are needed. See which definition of art appeals to you most!

Marcel Duchamp, Pharmacy, altered found painting, 1913.                                                   "Apropos of Readymades: in 1913 I had the happy idea to fasten a bicycle wheel to a kitchen stool and watch it turn. A few months later I bought a cheap reproduction of a winter-evening landscape, which I called 'Pharmacy' after adding two small dots, one red and one yellow, in the horizon." - Marcel Duchamp.

Marcel Duchamp, Pharmacy, altered found painting, 1913. "Apropos of Readymades: in 1913 I had the happy idea to fasten a bicycle wheel to a kitchen stool and watch it turn. A few months later I bought a cheap reproduction of a winter-evening landscape, which I called 'Pharmacy' after adding two small dots, one red and one yellow, in the horizon." - Marcel Duchamp.

DADA Marcel Duchamp - readymades- everyday objects transformed into art by the will of the artist.  What is the difference between an art object and a utilitarian object?

DADA Marcel Duchamp - readymades- everyday objects transformed into art by the will of the artist. What is the difference between an art object and a utilitarian object?

Pinterest
Search