Endgame. Duchamp, Chess and the Avant-Garde

Endgame. Duchamp, Chess and the Avant-Garde

Fundació Joan Miró

Julien Levy, Frederick Kiesler, Alfred Barr Jr., Xanti Schawinsky, Vittorio Rieti, Max Ernst, Dorothea Tanning, George Koltanowski, and Marcel Duchamp at a chess tournament at the Julien Levy Gallery, January 6, 1945. Photo: Dorothea Tanning. Courtesy The Destina Foundation, New York.


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