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Willem de Kooning

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And then there is that one-man movement, Marcel Duchamp for me a truly modern movement because it implies that each artist can do what he thinks he ought to a movement for each person and open for everybody.
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Quoted in A Brief History of American Culture (1996) by Robert M. Crunden, p. 279

 
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