Published on 9 dec. 2018
“The Almost Complete Works of Marcel Duchamp“, Tate Gallery, 1966
A film, made by Tristram Powell in 1966, marking the first retrospective exhibition in EUrope of the works of Marcel Duchamp at the Tate Gallery, London.
The film includes an interview with Duchamp and unique behind the scenes footage from the Tate.
The film also features interviews with the show’s curator, Richard Hamilton, the artist Robert Rauschenberg and composer John Cage.
“Marcel Duchamp , painter, DADAist, philosopher, joker, talks about his life and his works, which are currently on exhibition at the Tate Gallery.”
Radio Times, 23 June 1966.