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Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) was defined by Willem De Kooning as a "one-man-movement, open to everyone". A legend in his own lifetime, Duchamp revolutionized notions of art and aesthetics with his "art as life" philosophy and his development of the Surrealist symbiosis of word and image. This is best exemplified by his ready-mades: everyday objects picked randomly and exhibited out of context as art. His influence on the younger generation of American artists including Robert Rauschenberg and John Cage was immeasurable, he is ...

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