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Sven Lütticken In modern art, the increasing resemblance of art objects to everyday objects raised the threat of eroding of any real difference between works of art and other things. Barnett Newman railed against both Duchamp's readymades and "Bauhaus screwdriver designers" who were elevated to the ranks of artists by the Museum of Modern Art's doctrine of "Good Design."
Art and Thingness, Part I: Breton's Ball and Duchamp's Carrot 
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Art and Thingness, Part I: Breton's Ball and Duchamp's Carrot 
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Sven Lütticken In modern art, the increasing resemblance of art objects to everyday objects raised the threat of eroding of any real difference between works of art and other things. Barnett Newman railed against both Duchamp's readymades and "Bauhaus screwdriver designers" who were elevated to the ranks of artists by the Museum of Modern Art's doctrine of "Good Design."
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