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Marcel Broodthaers  Casserole and Closed Mussels 1964   Broodthaers made this work using an everyday casserole pot owned by his family, and mussel shells provided by a favourite restaurant. Broodthaers explained: ’The bursting out of the mussels from the casserole does not follow the laws of boiling, it follows the laws of artifice and results in the construction  of an abstract form.’ Mussels are a popular dish in Belgium, and Broodthaers intended this work in part to satirise his homeland.

Marcel Broodthaers Casserole and Closed Mussels 1964 Broodthaers made this work using an everyday casserole pot owned by his family, and mussel shells provided by a favourite restaurant. Broodthaers explained: ’The bursting out of the mussels from the casserole does not follow the laws of boiling, it follows the laws of artifice and results in the construction of an abstract form.’ Mussels are a popular dish in Belgium, and Broodthaers intended this work in part to satirise his homeland.

"San Eligio en el taller del orfebre" (1365)- Taddeo Gaddi (Gotico) (Italia) (1300-1366).

"San Eligio en el taller del orfebre" (1365)- Taddeo Gaddi (Gotico) (Italia) (1300-1366).

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