Editor: Richard Hamilton Publisher: Department of Fine Art University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne Publication: 1966, First Edition Binding: Softcover, section sewn Pages: 36 Size: 200 x 305 Text: English
In June 1966 the Arts Council of Britain proposed a major retrospective of the work of Duchamp at the Tate Gallery. Hamilton thought it a shame that the British public should be denied a chance to see The Large Glass which was permanently housed in the Philadelphia Museum of Art having been smashed, then rebuilt, forty years earlier following a showing in Brooklyn. So Hamilton, with the support of American painter William Copley, decided to construct a replica. The stage by stage process is recorded within these pages.
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