Monday, 8 June 2009

Le Marchand du Sel

Marcel Duchamp was famously cool about exchanging his artworks for hard cash. But he was quite relaxed about selling the work of other artists such as Brancusi to make ends meet. Here we see how, inspired by the example of Norman Rockwell, he went about the business of marketing his expertise to aspiring novices. I sent off for my free prospectus a very long time ago and I’m still awaiting a response.

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