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Boîte-en-Valise (Box in a Valise) / De ou par Marcel Duchamp ou Rose Sélavy (From or by Marcel Duchamp or Rose Sélavy)

Artist

Marcel Duchamp ; Marcel Duchamp ; Jacqueline Monnier

Date

conceived 1936-1941; assembled 1961

Institution Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Location Not on view.
Boîte-en-Valise (Box in a Valise) / De ou par Marcel Duchamp ou Rose Sélavy (From or by Marcel Duchamp or Rose Sélavy), Marcel Duchamp      ;    Marcel Duchamp      ;    Jacqueline Monnier
Boîte-en-Valise (Box in a Valise) / De ou par Marcel Duchamp ou Rose Sélavy (From or by Marcel Duchamp or Rose Sélavy): Gallery Label - Current
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Medium: Mixed Media, Multiples | Linen-covered box containing mixed media assemblage/collage of miniature replicas, photographs, and color reproductions of works by Duchamp
Size: 16 x 14 3/4 x 3 3/16 in. (40.64 x 37.47 x 8.1 cm)
Creation Place: Europe, France
Culture: Europe, France
Style: 20th century
Inscriptions: Signature; TitleTitle printed in black ink at lower back of largest removable panel, which reads as the "title page" when the box is opened: [De ou par/MARCEL DUCHAMP/ou/RROSE SÉLAVY] Signed in blue ink on inside bottom of box: [Marcel Duchamp]
Physical Description: Editioned artist multiple, Series D (1961); 'Duchamp's miniature museum' containing replicas of objects and printed reproductions of works in all media by the artist; three sliding panels, one wood stand; four three-dimensional objects; portfolio of folde
Credit: Collection Minneapolis Institute of Arts; The William Hood Dunwoody Fund
Accession Number: 97.20.2
Rights: © Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris / Estate of Marcel Duchamp
Artist: Marcel Duchamp, American (born France), 1887-1968
Role: Publisher
Nationality: American (born France)
Life Dates: American (born France), 1887-1968

Artist: Jacqueline Monnier, American, born 1931
Role: Fabricator
Nationality: American
Life Dates: American, born 1931
Added to Site: February 28, 2009