Through a groundbreaking perspective on his work, this incredible monograph presents Marcel Duchamp as a painter (1910-1923), though commonly known as the man who "killed painting".
Including six well-documented essays, this book retraces the artist's research process, shedding light on what particularly inspired its paintings. It provides a fresh look at understanding the work of one of the most iconic figures of 20th century.
A valuable iconograpy and an outstanding graphism! A reference monograph on a rarely explored subject!
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- Éditions du Centre Pompidou
- 236 mm x 280 mm x 23 mm
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