Slow Looking at Marcel Duchamp
Slow Looking at Marcel Duchamp

Great concentration and a lengthy reflection are required to understand the meticulousness of Marcel Duchamp's collotypes and pochoir colorations, to immerse oneself in the hypnotic repetition of the Rotoreliefs, to discover the sense or the nonsense of puns, and to grasp the infra-subtlety of replicas. During an after-hours workshop in the exhibition galleries, Paul B. Franklin invites the audience to examine the artist’s works in a time dilated as during a very slow, but compelling, game of chess.

  • Participation is free.

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