Someone Turned Marcel Duchamp's Famous Urinal into Mini Golf
To commemorate the artwork's 100th anniversary, artist Richard Gabriel turned Duchamp's infamous urinal into a mini golf course.
Artist Sneaks Urinal-Subway Seat Onto NYC Train
Inspired by Duchamp and his Readymades, Benjamin Nordsmark crafted a hybrid urinal-subway seat from plywood, painted it orange, then headed off on the subway to get people’s reactions.
Man Ray’s New Photo Art Book Is a Surrealist’s Delight
A comprehensive retrospective of the iconic Surrealist documents an artistic career, all in monochrome.
Dada Icon Francis Picabia Gets His First Full U.S. Retrospective
A much-needed look at the man who said, "Our heads are round so our thoughts can change direction."
Emojis and Horror Tropes Collide in Distorted Paintings
Equal amounts precision and playful anarchy permeate painter Eric Helvie’s new exhibition, 'NOOL.'
How Dadaism Created the 21st Century
A quick chat with Alexei Sayle about the art movement's enduring effect on culture.
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Dad Attends Cosmic Festival of Electronic Music, Science, and Stargazing, Then Complains It Stank of Hella Weed
"I’m not stupid and could tell the smell a mile off," your dad told the Manchester Evening News.
Talk During This Art Opening, and You'll Get Thrown Out
A silent exhibition of musical scores encourages viewers to imagine sounds.
Stream Father's Banging New Song "Why Don't U" Featuring Abra and iLoveMakonnen
Dad also announces a new album called 'I'm a Piece of Shit.'
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The Power of Cutting Up Your Idols, and Everything Else
At a talk at the Morbid Anatomy Museum, psychoanalyst Dr. Vanessa Sinclair and occult artist Katelan Foisy explained how their witchy version of the cut-up method can apply to daily life.
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This Is Not Basketball: The Brooklyn Nets as Dada Masterpiece
The Brooklyn Nets have been dull and less than mediocre this season, and may be for some time still. In their lameness, however, lies a secret: they are really an art experiment.
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‘Tangiers’ Will Push the Creative Boundaries of Video Games
It's set in a surrealist world that "can loosely be summed up as 1960s inner-city Britain meets William Burroughs." We talked with the game's creator, Alex Harvey, about the exciting new project.