Definition of Duchamp, Marcel in English:

Duchamp, Marcel

Syllabification: Du·champ, Marcel
Pronunciation: /d(y)o͞oˈSHäN
 
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  • (1887–1968), US artist; born in France. A leading figure of the Dada movement and originator of conceptual art, he invented “ready-mades,” mass-produced articles selected at random and displayed as works of art.

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