Marcel Duchamp

Musée d’art moderne de la ville de Paris, France

By Lauren Elkin
Left: Marcel Duchamp, La Mariée (The Bride), 1912; right: Lucas Cranach the Elder, Venus, 1532; installation view at  ‘Painting, Even’, Centre Pompidou

Paris, France

By Jörg Heiser
Marcel Duchamp, 1917, courtesy: Francis M. Naumann Fine Art

Art historian Sarah Archino explains her research on Duchamp and the press at the largest Duchamp collection in Europe, held in the Schwerin Museum

By Kito Nedo

1913, a year of cultural, artistic and technological revolution that transformed the world

By George Pendle

Collagist John Stezaker and writer-curator David Campany discuss the legacy of Surrealist encounters with photography

Victor Obsatz, Portrait of Marcel Duchamp, 1953

How taste and preferences change

By Lynne Tillman
Raymond Queneau, Exercises in Style, 1947; 2013 edition  published by New Directions,  New York. Courtesy: New Directions, New York; original design by Stefan Themerson for Gaberbocchus Press (1958)

Oulipo and the re-release of Raymond Queneau’s 1947 Exercises in Style

By Charlie Fox
Hypothalamic brainstorming, 1962, mixed media on paper, 1.2 × 2.3 m

Gianfranco Baruchello’s long career encompasses painting, sculpture and film as well as farming and psychoanalysis

By Luca Cerizza

Witte de With

By Sean O’Toole

Q. What do you wish you knew? Q. French, the cure for AIDS, and how to deal with male pattern baldness.

By ​John Waters
Figure 7. Bridget Riley, Current, 1964

Fascinated by accounts of seemingly mysterious perceptual experiences, the artist relates her findings and how they impacted her work

By Jennifer Bornstein

For the past 40 years, the elusive artist David Hammons has explored race, creativity and politics – without gallery representation

By Steven Stern