On the occasion of the exhibition DUST, Histoires de poussières, d’après Man Ray et Marcel Duchamp, we are happy to meet again David Campany, co-curator of BAL’s opening exhibition Anonymous: Unnamed America in Photography and Film back in 2010. The British critic and historian takes an offbeat, poetic look at a seminal work in the history of modern and contemporary art: Élevage de poussière (Dust Breeding) by Man Ray and Marcel Duchamp (1920).
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