Sir John Lawes Art Faculty: Edexcel GCSE Art Exam 2016 Past Present And Or Future - Appropriation Art - Art based on appropriation of other Artists imagery

Sir John Lawes Art Faculty: Edexcel GCSE Art Exam 2016 Past Present And Or Future - Appropriation Art - Art based on appropriation of other Artists imagery

A fonte de Duchamp (1917). "Quando Marcel Duchamp desloca objetos de seus contextos cotidianos e os coloca no contexto da galeria e do museu, conforme a proposta do readymade, é a esfera da arte da tradição ocidental que se encontra em questão, investida como é de um caráter sagrado e dotado de valor de culto." Leia mais em: http://incinerrante.com/arte-e-profanacao/

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A fonte de Duchamp (1917). "Quando Marcel Duchamp desloca objetos de seus contextos cotidianos e os coloca no contexto da galeria e do museu, conforme a proposta do readymade, é a esfera da arte da tradição ocidental que se encontra em questão, investida como é de um caráter sagrado e dotado de valor de culto." Leia mais em: http://incinerrante.com/arte-e-profanacao/

Marcel Duchamp: Fountain

Marcel Duchamp: Fountain

Duchamp Urinal

Duchamp Urinal

Reading Design is an online archive of critical writing about design. The idea is to embrace the whole of design, from architecture and urbanism to product, fashion, graphics and beyond. The texts featured here date from the nineteenth century right up to the present moment but each one contains something which remains relevant, surprising or interesting to us today.

Reading Design is an online archive of critical writing about design. The idea is to embrace the whole of design, from architecture and urbanism to product, fashion, graphics and beyond. The texts featured here date from the nineteenth century right up to the present moment but each one contains something which remains relevant, surprising or interesting to us today.

Portrait of Marcel Duchamp with 2 of his "readymades," by Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven (née Elsa Plötz), who is speculated to have been the real artist behind "Fountain," the urinal attributed to Duchamp.

Portrait of Marcel Duchamp with 2 of his "readymades," by Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven (née Elsa Plötz), who is speculated to have been the real artist behind "Fountain," the urinal attributed to Duchamp.

The surprising truth about Duchamp's urinal: A convincing article in this November’s Art Newspaper argues, Duchamp stole this iconic act from fabulous Dada poet and artist Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven. The evidence is pretty damning: two days before Fountain was rejected, Duchamp wrote to his  sister (Dada artist Suzanne) to tell her that "one of my female friends, under the masculine pseudonym, Richard Mutt, sent in a porcelain urinal as a sculpture."

The surprising truth about Duchamp's urinal: A convincing article in this November’s Art Newspaper argues, Duchamp stole this iconic act from fabulous Dada poet and artist Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven. The evidence is pretty damning: two days before Fountain was rejected, Duchamp wrote to his sister (Dada artist Suzanne) to tell her that "one of my female friends, under the masculine pseudonym, Richard Mutt, sent in a porcelain urinal as a sculpture."

In a letter dated 11 April 1917 Duchamp wrote to his sister Suzanne telling her about the circumstances around Fountain's submission: "Une de mes amies sous un pseudonyme masculin, Richard Mutt, avait envoyé une pissotière en porcelaine comme sculpture" ("One of my female friends, who had adopted the male pseudonym, Richard Mutt, sent me a porcelain urinal as a sculpture.")*  My  mail art piece for FEMAIL XX PROJECT, global initiative to promote the art work of  FeMail-XX Artists   * Marcel…

In a letter dated 11 April 1917 Duchamp wrote to his sister Suzanne telling her about the circumstances around Fountain's submission: "Une de mes amies sous un pseudonyme masculin, Richard Mutt, avait envoyé une pissotière en porcelaine comme sculpture" ("One of my female friends, who had adopted the male pseudonym, Richard Mutt, sent me a porcelain urinal as a sculpture.")* My mail art piece for FEMAIL XX PROJECT, global initiative to promote the art work of FeMail-XX Artists * Marcel…

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