Marcel Duchamp, John Cage, Juan Hidalgo. Una línea genealógica del budismo en el arte contemporáneo
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Cabañas Moreno, María del Pilar
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2017

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The objective of this article is to demonstrate how Buddhist philosophy constitutes a significant stratum of contemporary artistic thinking. For this reason I have studied and analyzed the life and the works of two of the most respected artists in the international panorama, Duchamp and Cage, two milestones in contemporary art because of their carefree attitude. It is possible to see how their knowledge of East Asian philosophy influenced both their life and work. This analysis also focuses on the Spanish artist Juan Hidalgo, very influential in conceptual Spanish art. This Canarian artist considers Duchamp as his grandfather and Cage as his father, but he is not the only one. Many other artists found in them their most relevant references, so his descendants took his way of thinking impregnated with the scent of Zen and spread it.

    Cabañas Moreno, María del Pilar. Marcel Duchamp, John Cage, Juan Hidalgo. Una línea genealógica del budismo en el arte contemporáneo. En: Ars longa: cuadernos de arte, 26 2017: 231-246

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