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Robert Lebel, Marcel Duchamp (New York: 1959), p. 109, p. 18 (ill.).
Arturo Schwarz, The Complete Works of Marcel Duchamp (New York, 1969), pp. 221 and 416, pl. 21 (ill.), cat. 131.
“Public Museum News,” Art Journal 35.1 (Autumn 1975), p. 54.
7th American Exhibition (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 1982), p. 14 (gallery installation view).
Anne Rorimer, “Michael Asher: Kontext als Inhalt,” Texte zur Kunst (Herbst 1990).
Dalia Judovitz, Unpacking Duchamp: Art in Transit (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1995) p. 20, fig. 1 and p. 21.
Arturo Schwarz, The Complete Works of Marcel Duchamp (New York: Delano Greenidge Editions, 1997), p. 529, cat. 183.
Alejandra Perdomo Daniels, Die Verwandlung der Dinge: Zur Ästhetik der Aneignung in der New Yorker Kunstszene Mitte des 20. Jahrhunderts (Bielefield: Transcript Verlag, 2014), p. 184.
Anne Rorimer, “Remembering Michael Asher at the Art Institute of Chicago, 1982,” October 149 (Summer 2014), p. 196 and 197 (gallery installation view).
The Museum für Moderne Kunst, Marcel Duchamp, exh. booklet (Frankfurt: The Museum für Moderne Kunst), n.p.
New York, Sidney Janis Gallery, Brancusi to Duchamp, Sept. 17–Oct. 17, 1951, cat. 7.
New York, Sidney Janis, Marcel Duchamp, Apr 6.–May 2, 1959.
Pasadena Art Museum, Marcel Duchamp: A Retrospective Exhibition, Oct. 8–Nov. 3, 1963, cat. 8.
London, Tate Gallery, The Almost Complete Works of Marcel Duchamp, June 18–July 31, 1966, cat. 53.
Paris, Musée nationale d’art moderne, Raymond Duchamp-Villon / Marcel Duchamp, June–July 1967, cat. 43.
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Marcel Duchamp, Sept. 22–Nov. 11, 1973, checklist no. 59 (not in cat.); New York, Museum of Modern Art, Dec. 3, 1973–Feb. 10, 1974; Art Institute of Chicago, Mar. 9–Apr. 21, 1974.
Paris, Centre Georges Pompidou, Marcel Duchamp. La peinture, même, 1910–1923, Sept. 24, 2014–Jan. 5, 2015.
Frankfurt, Germany, The Museum für Moderne Kunst, Marcel Duchamp, Apr. 2–Oct. 3, 2022, no. cat.
Henri-Pierre Roché (1879–1959), Paris [this and the following according to Schwarz 1997]; Mme. Roché, Paris. Marcel Duchamp [letter from Alexina S. Duchamp, June 26, 1974, in curatorial object file]; with his wife Alexina S. Duchamp (1906–1995), Villiers-sous-Grez, France, by 1963 [Pasadena 1963]; bequeathed to Frank B. Hubacheck, Jr. (1894–1986), Chicago, 1968 [this and the following according to letter from Frank B. Hubacheck, Jr. to Alexina S. “Teeny” Duchamp, June 18, 1974, in curatorial file]; renounced and returned to Alexina S. Duchamp, 1968; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1974.
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