Sunday, 4 March 2012



Alec Nevala-Lee, author inspired by Duchamp
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posted: 03-03-12
Portrait of Marcel Duchamp by Irvng Penn
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Alec Nevala-Lee blogs about when the Duchamp inspiration struck: "While doing research on art history at the Brooklyn Public Library, I stumbled across the wonderful book Why Are Our Pictures Puzzles? by James Elkins, who explores the issue of why we’re collectively drawn to interpret..    ...Go to Full Story
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