Marcel Duchamp: "The Large Glass" (01:56)
Marcel Duchamp discusses the symmetry of cracks in "The Large Glass".
Marcel Duchamp at Home in Philadelphia (01:30)
Marcel Duchamp discusses his painting "Nude Descending a Staircase." He offers insights on showing his artwork in different arenas.
Marcel Duchamp's Earliest Works (01:47)
Duchamp discusses the influence of impressionism and structural art.
Duchamp Reinvents His Style (02:40)
Marcel Duchamp describes his transition away from Impressionism toward a Cubist, and then post-Cubist, approach.
Duchamp's "Chocolate Grinder" (02:26)
The mechanical side of a chocolate grinder intrigues Marcel Duchamp. He plans out each piece of artwork.
Duchamp's Daily Job (02:15)
Marcel Duchamp worked as a librarian in Paris. He believes there are two kinds of artists, those who paint for money and those who paint for themselves.
Painting for the Public (02:34)
Duchamp shares his thoughts on painting for an “ideal” public--a notion he clearly distinguishes from ivory-tower elitism. He discusses developing taste.
Marcel Duchamp on "Readymades" (01:37)
Marcel Duchamp discusses his art made from common items assembled together.
Marcel Duchamp: 1923 Literary Movement (03:09)
Marcel Duchamp shares his friendship with a poet. Duchamp and Walter Arensberg create the Society of Independent Artists
Duchamp Compares Life to Art (03:35)
Marcel Duchamp's art is always changing. Painting is a means of expression beyond the visual.
Duchamp's Valise (04:06)
Marcel Duchamp carries miniature reproductions in a small case. Along with these portraits, he has 12 different drawings to watch on a Victrola.
Credits and Wrap-up :A Conversation with Marcel Duchamp-From NBC’s Wisdom Series (01:31)
Marcel Duchamp believes art is the only true expression of man as an individual. Credits: A Conversation with Marcel Duchamp-From NBC's Wisdom Series
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