Marcel Duchamp. BICYCLE WHEEL New York, 1951 (third version, after lost original of 1913) MoMA DADA

Marcel Duchamp. BICYCLE WHEEL New York, 1951 (third version, after lost original of 1913) MoMA DADA

Tipico prodotto dada è il ready-made (già fatti o già pronti), un prodotto ordinario tolto dall'oggetto originario e messo in mostra come opera d'arte. Quindi un'opera d'arte può essere qualsiasi cosa, quindi come conseguenza nulla è arte. L'opera dell'artista non consiste quindi nella sua abilità manuale, ma nelle idee che riesce a proporre. Infatti, il valore dei «ready-made» è solo nell'idea.

Tipico prodotto dada è il ready-made (già fatti o già pronti), un prodotto ordinario tolto dall'oggetto originario e messo in mostra come opera d'arte. Quindi un'opera d'arte può essere qualsiasi cosa, quindi come conseguenza nulla è arte. L'opera dell'artista non consiste quindi nella sua abilità manuale, ma nelle idee che riesce a proporre. Infatti, il valore dei «ready-made» è solo nell'idea.

Marcel Duchamp, Bicycle Wheel, 1951 (third version, after lost original of 1913), metal wheel mounted on painted wood stool, 129.5 x 63.5 x 41.9 cm (The Museum of Modern Art), © 2014 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris / Estate of Marcel Duchamp

Marcel Duchamp, Bicycle Wheel, 1951 (third version, after lost original of 1913), metal wheel mounted on painted wood stool, 129.5 x 63.5 x 41.9 cm (The Museum of Modern Art), © 2014 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris / Estate of Marcel Duchamp

Marcel Duchamp Bicycle Wheel, 1913 Dadaism These works use unorthodox techniques to shock society into self-awareness and mock materialistic and nationalistic attitudes by; challenging the artistic norms, using ready made objects, manipulating them a little and then presenting it as art.  This specific piece shows these qualities through its anti-art perception, using a ready made bicycle wheel and sticking it on top of a ready made stool.

Marcel Duchamp Bicycle Wheel, 1913 Dadaism These works use unorthodox techniques to shock society into self-awareness and mock materialistic and nationalistic attitudes by; challenging the artistic norms, using ready made objects, manipulating them a little and then presenting it as art. This specific piece shows these qualities through its anti-art perception, using a ready made bicycle wheel and sticking it on top of a ready made stool.

Bicycle Wheel, Marcel Duchamp

Bicycle Wheel, Marcel Duchamp

Bicycle Wheel, 1964 (replica of 1913 original), Marcel Duchamp

Bicycle Wheel, 1964 (replica of 1913 original), Marcel Duchamp

Marcel Duchamp photo Marvin Lazarus (1918–1982)  1962. Taken at the Museum of Modern Art on the final day of the “The Art of Assemblage” exhibition in 1961. The exhibition included thirteen of Duchamp’s works. Lazarus’s image captures Duchamp with his artwork: he stands framed within the spokes of his Bicycle Wheel, gazing up at his last painting, Tu m’, with one arm familiarly tossed around the shoulder of his Fountain.

Marcel Duchamp photo Marvin Lazarus (1918–1982) 1962. Taken at the Museum of Modern Art on the final day of the “The Art of Assemblage” exhibition in 1961. The exhibition included thirteen of Duchamp’s works. Lazarus’s image captures Duchamp with his artwork: he stands framed within the spokes of his Bicycle Wheel, gazing up at his last painting, Tu m’, with one arm familiarly tossed around the shoulder of his Fountain.

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