Established in established in 2000 by the ADIAF (Association pour la diffusion internationale de l'Art français) and organized in partnership with the Centre Pompidou and the FIAC (Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain) the Marcel Duchamp Prize, held in honor of the noted 20th century French artist, known as the pioneer of comtemporary art, has in its objective to recognize, support and promote artists living in France working in the field of the plastic and visual arts.
ADIAF has hosted the Marcel Duchamp Prize (Prix Marcel Duchamp) since its foundation, but now to celebrate the first decade of existance, the exhibition will take place at the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo, Japan.
The exhibition, entitled "French Window" will show a selection of paintings, sculptures, installations, photographs and videos by 28 artists, including all of the winners of the prize, selected finalists, as well as relevant works by Duchamp.
The exhibition can be visited between March 18 and July 3, 2011.
Learn more about Marcel Duchamp's works, including "Fresh Widow"(pun) created in 1920.