|1913 Armory Show
'The International Exhibition of Modern Art' [The Armory Show], from February 17th to March 15th, 1913, 69th Regiment Armory on Lexington Avenue, New York NY. More on the virtual Armory Show.
|1926 Brooklyn Museum
Katherine Dreier and Duchamp presented 'An International Exhibition of Modern Art Assembled by the Société Anonyme' with more than 300 works by 106 artists from 23 countries. Opened on November 18, the Brooklyn exhibition attracted over 52,000 visitors in seven weeks. Dreier organized the show with advice from a wide and impressive team of consultants, among them Duchamp, Leger, Kandinsky, Campendonk, Schwitters, Stieglitz and Anton Giulio Bragaglia. A highly important collaborator was Herwarth Walden of Berlin's Der Sturm Gallery, who was one of Dreier's longtime mentors. It was the largest display of Modern art in America since the 1913 Armory Show (November 19, 1926-January 1, 1927). The exhibition traveled to three additional venues. [Based on Jennifer Gross, 'About the Société Anonyme' on the site of the Hammer Museum at UCLA.]
|1953 Sidney Janis Gallery New York
A New York exhibition 'Dada 1916-1923' at Sidney Janis Gallery (April 15-May 9, 1953) features works by Duchamp. The exhibition, assembled, cataloged and installed under the direction of Marcel Duchamp, includes twelve Duchamp pieces, and Duchamp produces the poster-catalogue for the exhibit, which is printed on tissue paper.
|1960 Kunstgewerbemuseum Zürich
'Dokumentation über Marcel Duchamp', Kunstgewerbemuseum Zürich (June 30-August 28, 1960).
|1961 Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam (March 10-April 17, 1961) and the Moderna Museet in Stockholm organize the exhibition 'Bewogen beweging' [Art in Motion] in which Duchamp participates, and replicas of some of his work are displayed.
|1963 Pasadena Art Museum
First major retrospective 'By or of Marcel Duchamp or Rrose Sélavy', arranged by Walter Hopps at he Pasadena Art Museum (now Norton Simon Museum), Pasadena CA; 134 works by Duchamp (October 8-November 3, 1963).
|1963 Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute|
The Armory Show of 1913 is restaged at the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, New York. Duchamp is on the loans committee, designs the poster for the exhibition, and delivers a lecture. Authorized replicas of Duchamp's work, signed and dated, are produced by Ulf Linde in Stockholm (April 6-28, 1963).
|1967 Galerie Givaudan|
'Editions de et sur Marcel Duchamp' (8 June-30 September 1967).