The Peggy Guggenheim Collection presents Marcel Duchamp and the Seduction of the Copy, curated by Paul B. Franklin. This is the first, large solo exhibition that the museum dedicates to Duchamp, with around sixty works created between 1911 and 1968, the exhibition presents iconic works from the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.
Many works on display, approximately half, also come from the eminent Venetian collection of Attilio Codognato, a far-sighted collector who has been interested in the French artist’s production since the early 1970s.
OPEN EVERY DAY 10am – 6pm. CLOSED ON TUESDAYS.