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DVD Richard Hamilton in the reflection of Marcel Duchamp




Public price: 20,00 €

 

Richard Hamilton in the reflection of Marcel Duchamp

A film by Pascal Goblot
(53 min. / 2014)
 

Richard Hamilton, the father of Pop Art, devoted his life to the work of another major artist, Marcel Duchamp, the inventor of ready-made.
An enigmatic, strange work, possibly one of the most complex works in the history of 20th-century art, lies at the core of this unique dialogue: The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even by Marcel Duchamp, also known as The Large Glass. Richard Hamilton looked into every detail of this work with no attempt to reduce Duchamp’s universe to a single level of understanding. Based on unpublished interviews, this film by Pascal Goblot explores the exceptional relationship between two influential figures of contemporary art.

© 2014 Le Miroir / Vosges Télévisions

 

BONUS
Travelling Version
A film by Pascal Goblot

(26 min. / 2007)

The Large Glass at the Centre Pompidou.

© 2007 Le Miroir

 

Just what is it that makes today’s home so different, so appealing?

(2 min. / 2005)

The legendary Pop art collage by Richard Hamilton.

© 2005 Pascal Goblot

 

The White Album: The Beatles

(4 min. / 2005)

The history of the record sleeve by Richard Hamilton.

© 2005 Pascal Goblot

More informations

DIGIPACK DVD / English Version / Français-Español Subtitles / DVD5 PAL / Multizone / 16/9

Book: 44 pages / 12 x 18 cm / Texts Français-English-Español

Publication

June 2014

Category

DVD Collection (eng)

Tags
Marcel Duchamp, Pascal Goblot, Richard Hamilton