Marcel Duchamp

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“This Neo-Dada, which they call New Realism, Pop Art, Assemblage, etc., is an easy way out, and lives on what Dada did. When I discovered the Readymades I sought to discourage aesthetics. In Neo-Dada they have taken my Readymades and found aesthetic beauty in them, I threw the bottle-rack and the urinal into their faces […]

Horacio Salinas Blanch

Horacio Salinas Blanch

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This piece embodies the retro futurism common in the last decades of the 20th century. Bright, colorful visages make it look almost otherworldly, as if it’s not our planet at all. It seems like people wanted to fuse the idea of alien landscapes with advanced technology to show the promise of human achievement, or the […]