Drawing on Art explores the central importance of appropriation, collaboration, influence, and play in Marcel Duchamp’s work to show how the concept of art itself became the critical fuel and springboard for questioning art’s fundamental premises. Dalia Judovitz argues that rather than simply negating art, Duchamp’s readymades and later works demonstrate the impossibility of defining art in the first place.
Subjects: Art & Art History
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