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Marcel Duchamp was one of the most original figures of his era. He also belonged to a close-knit clan of artistic innovators, each of whom made distinctive contributions to modern art. This exhibition highlights the Duchamp siblings and the many connections linking their groundbreaking works.
October 7, 2018- February 17, 2019
Andy Warhol, Bighorn Ram from the Andy Warhol: Endangered Species (1983). ©2018 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. / Licensed by Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Courtesy of Ronald Feldman Gallery, New York.
October 26- December 14, 2018
Featuring works by member artists Jean Arp, Louise Bourgeois, Alexander Calder, Henri Matisse, Joan Miró, Henry Moore, Isamu Noguchi, and more.
Isamu Noguchi, Figure, 1945 (1975). © 2018 Estate of Isamu Noguchi / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
October 19 2018 - June 15 2019
Featuring works by member artists Giorgio Morandi, Mario Sironia, and Carlo Carrà
Giorgio Morandia, Natura Morta .© 2018 ARS, NY / SIAE Rome
This richly illustrated publication explores the full career of the hugely influential and endlessly fascinating French-American artist Marcel Duchamp (1887–1968). A pioneer whose creative output was predicated on a fundamental questioning of what art is, Duchamp is well known despite remaining mysterious as an artist, owing to his elusive persona and the unconventional nature of his work.
While the reputation of Remedios Varo (1908–63) the surrealist painter is now well established, Remedios Varo the writer has yet to be fully discovered. Her writings, which were never published during her life let alone translated into English, present something of a missing chapter and offer the same qualities to be found in her visual work.
Accompanying a major retrospective organized by the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, this publication offers an examination of Arp’s life and work. Featuring more than ninety full-page color plates and numerous archival photographs, it reveals as never before Arp’s contributions to modern art, the legacy of his commitment to an art drawing its inspiration from processes found in nature, and his embrace of interdisciplinary, collaborative means of expression.