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  1. DADA annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  2. Marcel Duchamp annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  3. Marcel Duchamp playing chess in 1952. (Kay Bell Reynal photo in theSmithsonian Institution Archives of American Art.) annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  4. Marcel Duchamp. Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2 (1912). Oil on canvas. 57 7/8" x 35 1/8". Philadelphia Museum of Art annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  5. ROUE DE BICYCLETTE, 1913[= Bicycle Wheel] 64.8 cm. diameter, mounted on painted wooden stool (60.2 cm. high). The original 1913 was left behind when Duchamp sailed to New York in 1915. He made a replica in 1916 (also lost). In 1951 he made a third version for the exhibition 'Climax in 20th Century Art, 1913' annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  6. Marcel Duchamp, Bottle Dryer, 1914/1964 annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  7. My idea was to choose an object that wouldn't attract me, either by its beauty or by its ugliness. To find a point of indifference in my looking at it, you see. Duchamp Interview, BBC TV, 1966 annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  8. FOUNTAIN, 1917 (New York) Readymade: urinal, purchased from "Motts Works" company in new York and signed "R. Mutt". Original 1917 lost. The photograph reproduced here was taken by Alfred Stieglitz shortly after Fountain was rejected by the jury. The photograph was used as an illustration in The Blind Man, May 1917. annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  9. L.H.O.O.Q., 1919 or MONA LISAParis. Rectified readymade: pencil on a reproduction (19.7 x 12.4 cm.). Original in private collection, Paris. A reproduction was made in 1920 and published in 391 (March 1920). Later Duchamp drew in the missing beard and added an inscription at the bottom: "Moustaches par Picabia, barbe par Marcel Duchamp". The name of the piece, L.H.O.O.Q. (in French èl ache o oqu), is a pun, since the letters when pronounced in French form the sentence "Elle a chaud au cul", which can be roughly translated as "She has a hot ass". annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  10. PARIS AIR, 1919 or AIR DE PARIS (50 cc of Paris Air)Readymade. The original is broken and later restored. Now housed at The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. The Louise and Walter Arensberg Collection. In 1949 another copy was selected by Henri-Pierre Roché at Duchamps request to replace the broken original. In 1963 a replica was made for the Marcel Duchamp retrospective, ModernaMuseetStckholm. A replica is in the 1964 Arturo Schwarz edition. annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  11. Rose Sélavy(Marcel Duchamp). 1921. Photograph by Man Ray. Art Direction by Marcel Duchamp. Silver print. 5-7/8" x 3"-7/8". The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  12. Why Not Sneeze, Rose Sélavy (?) 1921 Painted metal birdcage, wood, marble cubes, porcelain dish, thermometer, cuttlebone4 7/8 x 8 3/4 x 6 3/8 inches (12.4 x 22.2 x 16.2 cm) annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  13. La Mariéemise à nu par sescélibataires, même [=The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even (the Large Glass)] Made in United States, North and Central America1915-23 Oil, varnish, lead foil, lead wire, and dust on two glass panels109 1/4 x 70 x 3 3/8 inches (277.5 x 177.8 x 8.6 cm) annasuvorova.wordpress.com

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  15. Mixed media assemblage: (exterior) wooden door, iron nails, bricks, and stucco; (interior) bricks, velvet, wood, parchment over an armature of lead, steel, brass, synthetic putties and adhesives, aluminum sheet, welded steel-wire screen, and wood; Peg-Board, hair, oil paint, plastic, steel binder clips, plastic clothespins, twigs, leaves, glass, plywood, brass piano hinge, nails, screws, cotton, collotype prints, acrylic varnish, chalk, graphite, paper, cardboard, tape, pen ink, electric light fixtures, gas lamp (Bec Auer type), foam rubber, cork, electric motor, cookie tin, and linoleum95 1/2 x 70 x 49 inches (242.6 x 177.8 x 124.5 cm) annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  16. Etantdonnes, 1946–1966 Mixed media, Philadelphia Museum of Art. This was posthumously and permanently installed in the museum in 1969 annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  17. Feuille de vignefemelle (Female Fig Leaf) 1961 cast of 1950 copper-electroplated plaster original Bronze, 3 1/2 x 5 3/4 x 5 inches (8.9 x 14.6 x 12.7 cm) annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  18. The Box of 1932Manuscript for Opposition and Sister Squares are Reconciled by M. Duchamp & V. Halberstadt Made in Paris, France, Europe1932 Commercial cardboard box bearing label Old England, containing typed and handwritten manuscripts, proofs, and diagrams for Opposition and Sister Squares are Reconciled by M. Duchamp & V. Halberstadt (Brussels: L'Echiquier/Edmond Lancel, 1932) and one drawing, The King Checked by the QueenBox: 11 3/4 x 18 1/4 x 3 1/2 inches (29.8 x 46.4 x 8.9 cm) annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  19. CABARET VOLTAIRE annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  20. Cabaret Voltaire, Spiegelgasse 1, Zurich [photographed in 1935; collection Baugeschichtliches Archiv Zürich]. annasuvorova.wordpress.com

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  22. HANNAN HOCH annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  23. Cut with the Dada Kitchen Knife through the Last Weimar Beer-Belly Cultural Epoch in Germany, 1919 Collage of pasted papers, 90x144 cm, Nationalgalerie, Staatliche Museenzu Berlin annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  24. Hugo Ball annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  25. Hugo Ball performing at Cabaret Voltaire in 1916 annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  26. Text of Hugo Ball's 'Karawane' annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  27. Hugo Ball in performance, 1917 (source unknown) annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  28. DADA Messe. 1920 annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  29. Cover of the exhibition catalogue First International Dada Fair (ErsteInternationale Dada-Messe), John Heartfield and Wieland Herzfelde editors, Otto Burchard and Malik-Verlag, July 1920. Photolithograph (31 x 39 cm) [source: International Dada Archive]. annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  30. RaoulHausmann und Hannah Höch at the First International Dada Fair Berlin, 1920.[source: Collection Hannah-Höch-Archiv, BerlinischeGalerie, Berlin. Photo: Robert Sennecke] annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  31. First International Dada Fair.Galerie Otto Burchard, Berlin, 30 June-25 August 1920. Right to left, RaoulHausmann, (seated) Hannah Höch, Otto Burchard, Johannes Baader, Wieland Herzfelde, MrsHerzfelde, (seated) Otto Schmalhausen, George Grosz and John Heartfield. Hanging from the ceiling is John Heartfield and Rudolf Schlichter's Prussian Archangel. On the back wall George Grosz's painting Germany. A Winter's Tale [Photograph BildarchivPreussischerKulturbesitz, Berlin]. annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  32. Das große Plasto-Dio-Dada-Drama: DEUTSCHLANDS GROESSE UND UNTERGANG durch Lehrer Hagendorf oder Die phantastische Lebensgeschichte des OberdadaVerlegt bei PAUL STEEGEMANN, ERNST ROWOHLT und KURT WOLFF (Hannover, Berlin und München) Photograph of Baader'sGroßePlasto-Dio-Dada-Drama at the 'ErsteInternationale Dada-Messe' (July 1-August 25, 1920). Photo: Archives Andréi B. Nakov, Paris. annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  33. RaoulHausmann, ABCD (Self-portrait) A photomontage from 1923-24 annasuvorova.wordpress.com

  34. RaoulHausmann, Mechanischer Kopf (DerGeistunsererZeit) (Mechanical Head [The Spirit of Our Age]), c. 1920 annasuvorova.wordpress.com