Alongside the Marcel Duchamp and the Lure of the Copy exhibition, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection offered a varied program of collateral events that analyzed, interpreted, and spread knowledge about Duchamp’s artistic process to the museum’s various audiences.

Daily at the museum

Every day except Tuesdays, from October 14, 2023, through March 18, 2024, visitors can learn more about Marcel Duchamp’s art thanks to a free talk about the exhibition, or by booking a private tour.

Free Presentations

Daily at 4 pm

Visitors are invited to discover the exhibition through a free talk that introduces one of the most influential and innovative artists of the twentieth century.

Guided Tours

For the entire duration of Marcel Duchamp and the Lure of the Copy, visitors can book guided tours of the exhibition.

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Special events

For the duration of the temporary exhibition, visitors can join numerous, free, special events related to Marcel Duchamp’s artistic process.

Meet the Curator

October 14, 2023, 11 am

Guided tour of the exhibition with curator Paul B. Franklin.

copy of a copy

December 14 and 15, 2023, 10 am5:30 pm

A two-day workshop inspired by the Marcel Duchamp and the Lure of the Copy exhibition.

Slow Looking at Marcel Duchamp

December 19, 2023, 3 pm

After-hours workshop with Paul B. Franklin in the galleries of the "Marcel Duchamp and the Lure of the Copy" exhibition.

Conversations on Conservation

January 18, 2024, 10 am–6 pm

A day dedicated to the conservation treatment of Marcel Duchamp’s Box in a Valise, in collaboration with the Opificio delle Pietre Dure of Florence.

Guided Tour for Teachers

February 21 , 2024, 5–6 pm

A guided tour for educators led by Ambra D’Antone, Curatorial Assistant of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.

Chess on Show

March 7, 2024, 2:30–5:30 pm

Chess players compete in the galleries of the temporary exhibition.

Exhibition Tour and Tea

March 17 , 2024, 4–6 pm

A guided tour of the Marcel Duchamp and the Lure of the Copy exhibition followed by a tea break at the Museum Café, with curator Paul B. Franklin.