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Transforming the banal into artworks

BEIRUT: When Dada pioneer Marcel Duchamp famously submitted a urinal to the 1917 exhibition for the Society of Independent Artists, the committee was less than amused. As London's Tate Museum notes in its write-up on the work, Duchamp's ... Lebanon Daily Star, 1 month ago

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Inside Out

In addition to offering up works for reproduction—including Picasso's Self-Portrait with Palette and Marcel Duchamp's Nude Descending a Staircase (No. 2) , both from Philadelphia, as well as William Sommer's Bordner Mural, from Akron—the art ...
 Architectural Digest1 month ago
Huffington Post

Destructive art: What is built in Vegas blows up in Vegas

Dada artist Marcel Duchamp put a urinal on a gallery wall and it was art. In a piece he called "L.H.O.O.Q.," a French pun on the phrase "She has a hot behind," Duchamp drew a mustache and goatee on a picture postcard version of the Mona Lisa — and ...
 Los Angeles Times2 months ago Take a Pee(k) At the World's Weirdest Urinals  Huffington Post2 months ago
Malay Mail

China artist Ai Weiwei says has German visa

Ai Weiwei, who has released a heavy metal album and cites French artist Marcel Duchamp — seen as the father of conceptual art — as an inspiration, is known for his irreverent humour. — AFP pic BEIJING, July 27 — Chinese dissident artist Ai ...
 Malay Mail1 day ago Chinese artist Ai Weiwei gets visa to Germany  The Express Tribune5 hours ago Dissident artist Ai Weiwei says will attempt Germany visit after 4 years without passport  China Post1 day ago China artist Ai Weiwei given German visa  Digital Journal1 day ago
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Welcome to Literature's Duchamp Moment

P ostmodernism is now a rather unmeaning term, dulled by overuse, and unfit to describe a new group of authors of varying ages and nationalities who are often lumped together under its umbrella: Ben Lerner, Sophie Calle, Teju Cole, Tom McCarthy, ...
 The New Republic Online2 months ago

Shigeko Kubota, wife to Nam June Paik, dies at 77

Japanese artist Shigeko Kubota, better known here as the devoted wife of Korean-born video art pioneer Nam June Paik (1932-2006), died on Thursday in New York. She was 77. The cause was cancer. She was also an excellent artist, both in talent and ...
 Korea Joongang Daily5 hours ago

UPI Almanac for Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Today is Tuesday, July 28, the 209th day of 2015 with 156 to follow. The moon is waxing. Morning stars are Mars, Neptune and Uranus. Evening stars are Jupiter, Mercury, Saturn and Venus. Those born on this date are under the sign of Leo. They ...
 UPI14 hours ago This Day in History — July 28  Jamaica Observer14 hours ago

Bacon, O'Keeffe, Rauschenberg, Nash - among highlights of Tate's 2016 exhibition programme

LONDON .- Tate announced the highlights of its 2016 exhibition programme, which features major exhibitions devoted to some of the most prominent artists of the twentieth century: Francis Bacon at Tate Liverpool, Georgia OKeeffe and Robert ...
 Artdaily.org17 hours ago
The New Republic Online

A Passion for the Void

P lenty of writersinspire fierce devotion in their readers—­the David Foster Wallace acolytes, with their duct-taped copies of Infinite Jest , come to mind, as do the smug objectivists dressed in tech-world casual who owe their entire worldview ...
 The New Republic Online1 day ago

Why Is Today's Art So Meaningless-33

"Art has been defined over and over as man's highest spiritual expression, superior even to religion in that it is the only human activity that does not lead to killing." So said Jacques Barzun . True. But art is not without its own victims. ...
 Huffington Post1 day ago Why Is Today's Art So Meaningless?  Huffington Post4 days ago Art Appreciation for Engineers  EE Times1 week ago
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