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Part of the Series INSIDE THE TATE MODERN: A CENTURY OF MODERN ART, this three-part program explores the use of everyday objects in modern and contemporary art. The first part of the program begins with French Dada artist Marcel Duchamp's "Fountain," a work that famously made people look at urinals and ready-made art in a whole new way. Other artworks examined include Michael Craig-Martin's "Oak Tree," which consisted of a glass of water, and "Concert for Anarchy," with which Rebecca Horn hung a grand piano upside down from a ceiling. Minimalism forms the… More
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