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Quotational PracticesRepeating the Future in Contemporary Art$
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Patrick Greaney

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780816687343

Published to Minnesota Scholarship Online: August 2015

DOI: 10.5749/minnesota/9780816687343.001.0001

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Marcel Broodthaers, An Artist in Quotation Marks

Marcel Broodthaers, An Artist in Quotation Marks

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Quotational Practices
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Patrick Greaney

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University of Minnesota Press
DOI:10.5749/minnesota/9780816687343.003.0003

This chapter deals with Marcel Broodthaers and his role as the traditional artist in contrast to Debord’s revolutionary perspective. It begins with an account of Broodthaers’ artistic works and endeavors, and his poetry which is reflective of Charles Baudelaire’s, along with an examination of the sonnet “Beauty” (La Beauté). It also states that Broodthaers’ primary concern is the market; and according to him, the goal of art and critique is commercial, along with the objective of stimulating a critical attitude towards the public presentation of art. The chapter also considers Broodthaers’ examination of the material features of conceptual art, such as handwriting, typewriting, and figures.

Keywords:   Marcel Broodthaers, Charles Baudelaire, La Beauté, conceptual art, handwriting, typewriting, figures

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