Box of Art
Marcel Duchamp (American, born France, 1887-1968) is the grandfather of conceptual art; he was revolutionary in that he subverted ideas about handicraft and originality, believing that ideas rather than virtuoso skill were more important for successful art-making. His methods using chance processes and mechanical production have been influential for generations of artists.
This spring, visit the Cardamone Gallery to see the latest installation of Your Land, My Land: Immigrant Artists in the United States. The Museum of Art proudly displays Marcel Duchamp’s Boite-en-valise, his museum in miniature, which represents the most complete example of the work of Marcel Duchamp between 1910 and 1937