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"Bicycle Wheel" by Marcel Duchamp, New York, 1951 (third version, after lost original of 1913), The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection. © 2014 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris / Estate of Marcel Duchamp  Dit werk was 1 van de eerste readymades. Dit inspireert mij dat iemand dit aandurfde. Het hoeft niet ingewikkeld te zijn en dat vind ik interessant.

Bicycles in Art: “Bicycle Wheel” by Marcel Duchamp


Lecture 1 - Bicycle Wheel Marcel Duchamp Reflection on artistic work. Idea and conception of the work become more important than aesthetic perfection.

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Marcel Duchamp Rotary Glass Plates (Precision Optics), 1920 - Five painted glass plates that rotate around a metal axis and appear to be a single circle when viewed at a distance of one meter.

Marcel Duchamp - Rotary Demisphere (Precision Optics)

Marcel Duchamp "Rotary Demisphere" 1925 Museum of Modern Art

Bicycle wheel, Marcel Duchamp. The original from 1913 was lost, and Duchamp recreated the sculpture in 1951, 1964

Marcel Duchamp, Roue de Bicyclette (Bicycle Wheel), replica after original, Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt.

Marcel Duchamp Porte-bouteilles ou Séchoir à bouteilles [Bottle Dryer], 1914 / réplica de 1964 (Porta-botellas o Secador de botellas) Readymade: escurridor de botellas de hierro galvanizado. Edición de 8 réplicas. N° 8/8 59 cm de altura x 36,8 de diámetro Indiana University Art Museum, Bloomington

Marcel Duchamp "Bottle dryer [Bottle rack]" 1914 reconstructed 1964 But I want a bottle dryer of my very own to use.

Artwork by Marcel Duchamp, Coffee Mill, from Du cubisme, Made of Etching on buff wove paper

Creation Date: Medium: Etching printed in dark brown on cream wove paper;

Ai Weiwei: Forever, the earliest work in the exhibition, has connections back to the artist’s fascination with the father-figure of conceptual art, Marcel Duchamp. 42 bicycles of the ‘Forever’ brand, the favourite means of transport of the Chinese for decades, have been ingeniously stacked in a cylindrical tower, a ‘cycle’ that goes nowhere, since all the handlebars and pedals have been removed. (2003)

Forever by Ai Wei Wei - Critical art - the name of the sculpture apparently refers to the mass-produced Forever cycle brand in Shanghai. The sculpture plays on the concepts of assembling and copying in China – a theme that occurs in many of Ai's projects.

Artwork by Marcel Duchamp, The Bride, Made of etching

Marcel Duchamp - The Bride, etching