Fuera de Campo. Literatura y Arte Argentinos Despues de Duchamp

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Marcel Duchamp lived in Buenos Aires for nine months between 1918 and 1919. Although his time in the city left few traces; only some letters and enigmatic works, it would not be unreasonable to suggest that his time as a citizen of Buenos Aires (a mysterious point of inflection between his abandonment of painting and the disturbing art he would later produce) was the beginning of an alternative history of modern art. Graciela Speranza follows the development of the revolutionary notions that Duchamp applied to his objects, ...

Fuera de Campo. Literatura y Arte Argentinos Despues de Duchamp 2006, Anagrama, Barcelona, Spain

ISBN-13: 9788433962461

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