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Concepts are Indestructible

Considering how the concept was separated from the object in the groundbreaking Modern Art of the early Twentieth Century.

Man Ray, best known for his pioneering photography, was one of three friends who exchanged ideas and even tampered with each other's art, often ‘extending’ the works with additional responses. The other two in this informal, but hugely influential, triumvirate were Marcel Duchamp and Francis Picabia. All three pushed the boundaries of what was considered ‘art’ in their time and so…




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Remy Dean

Remy Dean

Author, Artist, Creative Consultant in Education. ‘This, That, and The Other’ fantasy novels published by The Red Sparrow Press.

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