WHO? WHAT? WHERE?
Saturday 31 July 1999
Who are these people?
What is this object?
Where is this and what is its link with the above?
Answers 17 July Marcel Duchamp
What? The title of Bryan Ferry's album The Bride Stripped Bare is derived from Duchamp's famous work "The Bride Stripped Bare by her Bachelors, Even".
Where? Duchamp's "Fountain" was shown at the First Exhibition of The Society of Independent Painters in New York in 1917. Congratulations to the winners: M Anning, Worcester; T Reilly, York; G Hitchon, London N21.
'FOUNTAIN' BY MARCEL DUCHAMP/CORBIS- BERNSTEIN COLLECTION/ SUCCESSION MARCEL DUCHAMP/DACS 1999
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