This catalogue was published in conjunction with the exhibition 'Mirrorical Returns: Marcel Duchamp and the 20th Century Art'.

Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968), who is known as 'the father of contemporary art' or 'a master Dadaist', had considerable influence on 20th century Art. The exhibition tries to reexamine 20th century art through the work of Marcel Duchamp and artists who confronted Duchamp.

Section I consists of approximately 70 works by Duchamp ranging from his early paintings to his later work. Section II consists of approximately 80 works by Japanese and other artists inspired by Duchamp's unconventional works.

Other artists in the exhibition: Arman, Sylvie Blocher, John Cage, Tony Cragg, Robert Gober, Hans Haacke, Richard Hamilton, Jasper Johns, Joseph Kosuth, Jean-Jacques Lebel, Sherrie Levine, Georges Maciunas, Roberto Matta, Robert Morris, Markus Raetz, Gerhard Richter, Daniel Spoerri, Jean Tinguely, Andy Warhol, Man Ray, Ugo Mulas.
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Blind Man's Bluff: Duchamp, Stieglitz, and the Fountain Scandal Revisited

- Michael R. TAYLOR

Duchamp in Munich

- Tetsuo KAWAI, 河合哲夫

Marcel Duchamp's Notes: The Hinge Ponderer

- Kenji KITAYAMA, 北山研二

Mirrorical Returns: Art after Duchamp

- Yukihiro HIRAYOSHI, 平芳幸浩

Mirrorical returns: Marcel Duchamp and the 20th Century Art
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Mirrorical returns: Marcel Duchamp and the 20th Century Art