Category Archives: Marc Latamie

Marcel Duchamp’s Iconoclastic Art

An internationally recognized contemporary artist, Marc Latamie has had numerous exhibits in places ranging from Spain to South Korea. Marc Latamie counts 20th-century French artist Marcel Duchamp among the influences that enliven his work. Born in 1887 in Normandy, Duchamp began painting conventionally in the style of Cezanne; he turned to Cubism in 1910. However, …

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About Caribbean: Crossroads of the World at PAMM

An installation artist, New York resident Marc Latamie has exhibited his work around the world. In 2014, Marc Latamie tackled the topic of general human identity by participating in the exhibition, Caribbean: Crossroads of the World, at Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM). Caribbean: Crossroads of the World was originally showcased at El Museo del Barrio …

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Joseph Beuys – A Nonmaterial Vision of Art

Marc Latamie is a respected artist who has had installations featured in exhibitions spanning Europe and North America. Among Marc Latamie’s favorite artists are Marcel Duchamp and Joseph Beuys, both whom are known as pioneers of conceptual art. Having served in World War II, the German artist Beuys helped define the avante garde in the …

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The Influence and Legacy of Marcel Duchamp

Dividing his time between residences in Paris and the United States, Marc Latamie is a well-known artist and lecturer. Marc Latamie cites Marcel Duchamp as a major influence on his work, and he contributed to an online journal where critics and peers expounded on Duchamp’s work. Born in 1887, Marcel Duchamp produced two of his …

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The Legacy of Marcel Duchamp

A participant in some 25 exhibits in Europe, Africa, and elsewhere, artist Marc Latamie has also given guest lectures on prominent artists. Of special interest to Marc Latamie is the French artist Marcel Duchamp, born in 1887. Duchamp was born into a family of painters. Under their influence, he was producing art by age 15. …

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Marc Latamie – Trading Coffee Futures

A New York City artist for nearly 30 years, Marc Latamie selects installation, neons signs in his art. For several years, he has guest lectured at Columbia University, Cooper union School of Arts, and New York University on subjects such as Marcel Duchamp and Pablo Picasso. While using various commodities in his art, coffee is …

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The 1913 Armory Show: Duchamp’s Shocking Impact

Artist Marc Latamie has exhibited work and delivered guest lectures around the world. Institutions at which Marc Latamie has presented include Columbia University, the University of Massachusetts Boston, and Harvard University, where he spoke at a symposium on Duchamp in 1999. The International Exhibition of Modern Art, which first took place in New York City …

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