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Who inspired the works?

Formally, I was inspired by the German painter Gerhard Richter, who began in 1960's to create his iconic photographic paintings. From a collection of photographs that he added throughout his life - from press clippings to family photos - Richter projected and drew the images on a canvas. In the process of recreating the photos, he erased the images, leaving the subjects unidentifiable.

What do you hope its viewers will feel / think?

I hope that viewers understand that there is a narrative within the history of art that deals with the artists who created their own museums. This narrative is constructed through Marcel Duchamp (Boîte-en-valise, 1936-1941), Robert Filliou (La galerie légitime, 1962-1963) and Marcel Broodthaers (Musée d'Art Moderne, Département des Aigles, 1968-1972) . Following this narrative, I decided to create The Davis Mini-Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona (2009-ongoing), which is, simultaneously, a readymade sculpture, a non-profit collective art project, and at the same time, a cultural entity recognized by the Generalitat de Catalunya (an Autonomous Community in Spain).
Created symbolically in an electoral ballot box and disseminated mainly through Facebook, the Davis Museum is also the smallest contemporary art museum in the world.

This cultural entity has several sections and one of them is The Paintings Section From Davis Museum. It is divided into portraits and still lifes. The portraits represent Marcel Duchamp, Robert Filliou and Marcel Broodthaers; while still lifes represent the Boîte-en-valise (Box in a suitacase), the La galerie légitime (Legitimate gallery) and the Musée d'Art Moderne, Département des Aigles (Museum of Modern Art, Department of Eagles).

Why did you choose the medium, the frame format and color?

I chose oil on canvas because I am interested in painting not only because of its versatility as a medium but also because of its historical repository of images and ideas. Only the best materials have been used: linen fabrics, Blockx essence of turpentine and linseed oil and Old Holland oil paintings. As the Davis Museum is a cube, I chose the frame of the paintings to be square. And since the Davis Museum's brand color is blue, I chose to have the same color in the paintings.


The Paintings From Davis Museum in Public and Private Collections

Yellowstone Club Collection, Big Sky, Montana, USA.
Yellowstone Club Collection, Big Sky, Montana, USA.
Geert De Kegel Collection, Zele, Belgium.
Geert De Kegel Collection, Zele, Belgium
Francesc Torres Collection, Barcelona, Spain.
Alejandro Vásquez Herrero Collection, Viladecans, Spain.

Davis Lisboa, "Boîte-en-valise 9", 2018, oil on canvas, 11,81 x 11,81 x 1,57 in (30 x 30 x 3,5 cm)

Conceptually, this oil painting was inspired by "Boîte-en-valise” by Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968), one of the most important and influential, but also one of the least know, of twenty-century works of art.
In 1936, Duchamp began work on the making of a “portable museum" that was to contains his principal works in miniature: paintings, drawings, objects and readymades. On 1 January 1941, he made public in Paris the first copy of his multiple, "de ou par MARCEL DUCHAMP ou RROSE SÉLAVY": a cardboardbox that fitted inside a handy valise and contained a total of sixty-nine miniature replicas, models and reproductions of his works. During the remainder of Duchamp's life there followed six further partial editions, incorporating additional items and varying in presentation from a leather covered de luxe version, the Boîte-en-valise proper, to standard model, the “Boîte".Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, "Galerie légitime 10", 2018, oil on canvas, 15,74 x 11,81 x 1,57 in (40 x 30 x 3,5 cm)

I was inspired by a Robert Filliou's artwork titled "Galerie légitime" (Legitimate gallery), 1968, his own itinerant gallery, a hat full of small "mummified" objects that gave free rein to the intuitive invention of the public, in the manner of the ready-made, a example of these testimonies of nomadism and the public is invited to build their own paper hat. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, “Marcel Duchamp 13 (Ear)”, 2018, oil on canvas, 15.7 x 15.7 x 1.57 in (40 x 40 x 3.5 cm)

I have been inspired by a film still from “Screen Tests" of Marcel Duchamp. The “Screen Tests" was a series of short, silent, black-and-white film portraits by Andy Warhol, made between 1964 and 1966, the period when he realized his revolutionary vision of celebrity. Using a stationary camera, Warhol captured the personality of both famous and lesser-known visitors to his studio, the Factory. Bob Dylan, Lou Reed, “Baby” Jane Holzer, Cass Elliott, Dennis Hopper, Gerard Malanga, Beverly Grant, Edie Sedgwick, Susan Sontag, Salvador Dalí or Marcel Duchamp have been some who "seated" for these innovative Warhol's film and photograph art project. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, "Robert Filliou 18", 2018, oil on canvas, 15,74 x 15,74 x 1,5 in (40 x 40 x 3,5 cm)

I have been inspired by a photograph of Robert Filliou with glasses and smoking a cigarette. I do not know the name of the photographer, as well as the place and the year in which the portrait was made. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, "Robert Filliou 17", 2018, oil on canvas, 19,68 x 19,68 x 1,57 in (50 x 50 x 3,5 cm).

Conceptually, I was inspired by a fragment of an artwork titled "Autoportrait bien fait, mal fait, pas fait" (#SelfPortrait Well Made, Badly Made, Not Made), 1973, wood, pencil, ink, black and white photograph and canvas, 13 2/5 × 37 1/5 × 2 4/5 in, 34 × 94.5 × 7 cm, by the French artist Robert #Filliou (#Sauve, #France, 1926 - #LesEyzies, France, 1987). Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, "Musée d’ArtModerne, Département des Aigles 7 (Les Portes)", 2018, oil on canvas, 19,68 x 19,68 x 1,57 in (50 x 50 x 3,5 cm).

Conceptually, I was inspired by the work of Marcel Broodthaers entitled "Untitled (Les Portes du Musée) [The Doors of the Museum], 1968–1969, vacuum-formed plastic, hand painted, 192 x 178 cm. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, Boîte-en-valise 8, 2018, oil on canvas, 19,68 x 19,68 x 1,57 in (50 x 50 x 3,5 cm).

Conceptually, this oil painting was inspired by "Boîte-en-valise” (Box in a suitcase) by Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968), one of the most important and influential, but also one of the least know, of twenty-century works of art.
In 1936, Duchamp began work on the making of a “portable museum" that was to contains his principal works in miniature: paintings, drawings, objects and readymades. On 1 January 1941, he made public in Paris the first copy of his multiple, "de ou par MARCEL DUCHAMP ou RROSE SÉLAVY": a cardboardbox that fitted inside a handy valise and contained a total of sixty-nine miniature replicas, models and reproductions of his works. During the remainder of Duchamp's life there followed six further partial editions, incorporating additional items and varying in presentation from a leather covered de luxe version, the Boîte-en-valise proper, to standard model, the “Boîte". Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, "Boîte-en-valise 7", 2018, oil on canvas, 15,74 x 15,74 x 1,5 in (40 x 40 x 3,5 cm)

Conceptually, this oil painting was inspired by "Boîte-en-valise” (Box in a suitcase) by Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968), one of the most important and influential, but also one of the least know, of twenty-century works of art.
In 1936, Duchamp began work on the making of a “portable museum" that was to contains his principal works in miniature: paintings, drawings, objects and readymades. On 1 January 1941, he made public in Paris the first copy of his multiple, "de ou par MARCEL DUCHAMP ou RROSE SÉLAVY": a cardboardbox that fitted inside a handy valise and contained a total of sixty-nine miniature replicas, models and reproductions of his works. During the remainder of Duchamp's life there followed six further partial editions, incorporating additional items and varying in presentation from a leather covered de luxe version, the Boîte-en-valise proper, to standard model, the “Boîte". Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, “Marcel Broodthaers 12”, 2018, oil on canvas, 15,7 x 15,7 x 1,5 in (40 x 40 x 3,5 cm)

Conceptually, I was inspired by a photograph of Marcel Broodthaers taken by his wife, Maria Gilissen. In the image, the Belgian artist appears putting his finger on his nose. Formally, I was inspired by the German painter Gerhard Richter, who began in 1960's to create his iconic photographic paintings. From a collection of photographs that he added throughout his life - from press clippings to family photos - Richter projected and drew the images on a canvas. In the process of recreating the photos, he erased the images, leaving the subjects unidentifiable. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, “Marcel Broodthaers 11”, 2018, oil on canvas, 15,7 x 15,7 x 1,5 in (40 x 40 x 3,5 cm)

Conceptually, I was inspired by a fragment of a photograph of Marcel Broodthaers and Piet van Daalen, made by Maria Gilissen. The two characters are standing, holding a portrait, in front of a shelf with ancient objects. This image was taken in the exhibition of the "Musée d'Art Moderne, Département des Aigles, Section Folklorique, Cabinet de Curiosités", at the Zeeuws Museum, Middelburg, The Netherlands, 1970.
Formally, I was inspired by the blurred photopaintings by the German artist Gerhard Richter. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, “#RobertFilliou16”, 2017, oil on canvas, 15.7 x 15.7 x 1.57 in (40 x 40 x 3.5 cm)

Conceptually, this portrait of Robert Filliou is a composition of two different documentary photographies. The first image painted on the canvas corresponds to the interior of the "Musée d'Art Moderne, Départment des Aigles, Section XIXe siègle", at 30 rue de la Pèpinière, Brussels, circa 1968. The second corresponds to a portrait of Robert Filliou made by an unknown photographer, without specified date or place. What meaning springs from this juxtaposition? Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, “#DepartmentOfEagles6”, 2017, oil on canvas, 19,68 x 19,68 x 1.57 in (50 x 50 x 3.5 cm)

Conceptually, I have been inspired by a documentary photograph in which Marcel Broodthaers is posing within his "Section Cinéma", the seventh wing of the Musée d'Art Moderne. "Section Cinéma" was created in the space of a cellar on Burgplatz 12 in Düsseldorf, from January 1971 to October 1972.
Formally, I have been inspired by the blurred oil paintings, based on photographs by the German artist Gerhard Richter. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, “#RobertFilliou15”, 2017, oil on canvas, 19,68 x 19,68 x 1.57 in (50 x 50 x 3.5 cm)

I was inspired by a photograph in which Robert Filliou is posing with the "La galerie légitime" in his show "Defrosting the Frozen Exhibition" at the Galerie Philoméne Magers, Bonn, Germany (1972). Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, “#MarcelBroodthaers10”, 2017, oil on canvas, 15.7 x 15.7 x 1.57 in (40 x 40 x 3.5 cm)

I was inspired by a photograph taken of Marcel Broodthaers by Maria Gilissen during the filming of Broodthaers' "Un Voyage A Waterloo (Napoléon 1769-1969)", in Jully 1969. The film was made on the bicentenary of the birth of Napoleon and the artist wore a long false nose in a drama staged in the site of Waterloo. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, “#MarcelDuchamp11 (#RroseSélavy)", 2017, oil on canvas, 15.7 x 15.7 x 1.57 in (40 x 40 x 3.5 cm)

I was inspired by a photograph of the American avant-garde artist Man Ray entitled "Marcel Duchamp as Rrose Sélavy", gelatin silver print, from 1921. The work portrays the female alter ego of Marcel Duchamp, a transvestite character in which the language of glamour and desire blurred the gender identity of the French artist. The name "Rrose Sélavy" is a play on words in French: "Eros, c'est la vie" and could be translated as "Eros, that is life". Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, “#RobertFilliou14”, 2017, oil on canvas, 15.7 x 15.7 x 1.57 in (40 x 40 x 3.5 cm)

I was inspired by a photograph in which Robert Filliou is posing with the "La galerie légitime" in his show "Defrosting the Frozen Exhibition" at the Galerie Philoméne Magers, Bonn, Germany (1972). Buy now on Saatchi Art

DavisLisboa, “#DepartmentOfEagles5”, 2017, oil on canvas, 15.7 x 15.7 x 1.57 in (40 x 40 x 3.5 cm)

I was inspired by the Gerhard Richter’s “Adler” (Eagle), 1972, oil on canvas, 70 cm x 50 cm. This painting was selected by Marcel Broodthaers to make part of the show titled “Musée d'Art Moderne, Département des Aigles, Section des Figures: The Eagle from the Oligocene to the Present”, at Städtische Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Germany, from May 16th to July 9th, 1972. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, “#RobertFilliou13”, 2017, oil on canvas, 15.7 x 15.7 x 1.57 in (40 x 40 x 3.5 cm)

I was inspired by a photograph in which Robert Filliou is posing with his "Galerie légitime" in "Defrosting the Frozen Exhibition" at the Galerie Philoméne Magers, Bonn, Germany (1972). Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, "#RobertFilliou12”, 2017, oil on canvas, 15.7 x 15.7 x 1.57 in (40 x 40 x 3.5 cm)

Conceptually, I was inspired by the Robert Filliou's Galerie légitime (Legitimate gallery), a commercial art gallery created in the artist hat. Formally, I was inspired by a Austin Lane Crothers's portrait, 46th Governor of Maryland (1908–1912), wearing a top hat. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, "#RobertFilliou11", 2017, oil on canvas, 15.7 x 15.7 x 1.57 in (40 x 40 x 3.5 cm)

I was inspired by the Robert Filliou's "Galerie légitime", a travelling commercial gallery founded in the artist hat.
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Davis Lisboa, "Musée d’Art Moderne, Département des Aigles #4", 2017, oil on canvas, 15.7 x 15.7 x 1.57 in (40 x 40 x 3.5 cm)

I was inspired by the Marcel Broodthaers's "Musée d’Art Moderne, Département des Aigles, a traveling museum dedicated not to his work as an artist but to the role of the institution itself and the function of art in society. Later, I decided to combine the symbol of his museum with the iconography of social networks and in this way, updating his initial idea. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, "Galerie légitime #9", 2017, oil on canvas, 15.7 x 15.7 x 1.57 in (40 x 40 x 3.5 cm)

My idea was to connect three different symbols: Robert Filliou's hat, Instagram's hashtags and the word "FIG" that Marcel Broodthaers used very often in his Musée d'Art Moderne, Département des Aigles. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, “Marcel Broodthaers #9", 2017, oil on canvas, 15,7 x 15,7 x 1,57 in (40 x 30 x 3,5 cm)

This painting was inspired by a film still from the a experimental film by the Belgium artist Marcel Broodthaers titled “La Pluie, Projet Pour Un Texte” (The Rain, Project for a Text), 1969. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, "Boîte-en-valise #6", 2017, oil on canvas, 15,7 x 15,7 x 1.57 in (40 x 40 x 3,5 cm)

I was inspired by Duchamp's Boîte-en-valise, a portable miniature monograph including sixty-nine reproductions of the artist's own work. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, "Marcel Duchamp #10", 2017, oil on canvas, 15.7 x 15.7 x 1.57 in (40 x 40 x 3.5 cm)

I was inspired by a frame from an Marcel Duchamp's interview on the BBC, in 1968. Buy now on Saatchi Art.

Davis Lisboa, "Robert Filliou #10", 2017, oil on canvas, 15,7 x 15,7 x 1.57 in (40 x 40 x 3,5 cm)

I was inspired by “La Galerie Légitime” [The Legitimate Gallery], by Robert Filliou. In 1962, he decided to remain outside of the gallery circuit and maintained to carry his gallery under his hat. His works, gathered together in his beret and stamped “Galerie Légitime Couvre Chef d’Oeuvre” [Legitimate Gallery Masterpiece Hat], circulated in the streets with him (an idea closely related to Marcel Duchamp’s suitcase). Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, "Boîte-en-valise #5", 2017, oil on canvas, 15,7 x 15,7 x 1.57 in (40 x 40 x 3,5 cm)

I was inspired by Duchamp's Boîte-en-valise, a portable miniature monograph including sixty-nine reproductions of the artist's own work. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, "Boîte-en-valise #4", 2017, oil on canvas, 11,8 x 11,8 x 1.57 in (30 x 30 x 3,5 cm)

I was inspired by Duchamp's Boîte-en-valise, a portable miniature monograph including sixty-nine reproductions of the artist's own work. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, "Boîte-en-valise #3", 2017, oil on canvas, 15.7 x 15.7 x 1.57 in (40 x 40 x 3.5 cm)

Conceptually, I have been inspired by the work of the French artist Marcel Duchamp, entitled "Boîte-en-valise" (1936-1941). Formally, I have been inspired by Gerhard Richter's out-of-focus paintings. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, "Galerie légitime #8", 2017, oil on canvas, 15.7 x 15.7 x 1.57 in (40 x 40 x 3.5 cm)

Conceptually, I had been inspired by the Robert Filliou's work titled "Galerie légitime" (1962-63). Formally, I was inspired by the Gerhard Richter's photo paintings. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, "Marcel Duchamp #7 (Tonsure)", 2017, oil on canvas, 15.7 x 15.7 x 1.57 in (40 x 40 x 3.5 cm)

Conceptually, I have been inspired by a Man Ray's black and white photograph titled "Tonsura, Marcel Duchamp" (1921). Formally, I have been inspired by the Gerhard Richter's paintings. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, “Marcel Broodthaers #8", 2017, oil on canvas, 11,8 x 11,8 x 1.57 in (30 x 30 x 3,5 cm)

Formally, I was inspired by the German artist Gerhard Richter's blurred and mysterious paintings. Conceptually, I was inspired by a film still from a Broodthaers's video titled "Wax Figures (Jeremy Bentham)", 1974, filmed in London in which the Belgian artist asks questions to a wax figure of the philosopher and jurist Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832), one of the founders of the University of London. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, “Marcel Broodthaers #7 (Paintings)", 2017, oil on canvas, 11,8 x 11,8 x 1.57 in (30 x 30 x 3,5 cm)

I was inspired by a film still from a Broodthaers's video titled "Wax Figures (Jeremy Bentham)", 1974, filmed in London in which the Belgian artist asks questions to a wax figure of the philosopher and jurist Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832), one of the founders of the University of London.
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Davis Lisboa, “La galerie légitime #5 (Paintings)", 2017, oil on canvas, 11,8 x 11,8 x 1.57 in (30 x 30 x 3,5 cm)

I was inspired by the Robert Filliou's artwork titled "La galerie légitime" (1964), a "commercial art gallery created in a brain of anyone, signed by a hat. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, “Self-portrait #2 (Paintings)", 2017, oil on canvas, 11,8 x 11,8 x 1.57 in (30 x 30 x 3,5 cm)

This painting has been conceptually inspired by a work by Spanish photographer Joan Fontcuberta entitled "Sputnik: Official portrait of the astronaut Ivan Istochnikov" (1997). This work is his self-portrait as a Soviet astronaut wearing a astronaut helmet. He interprets an fake astronaut who has gone into space and never returned. Fontcuberta wanted to point out how photography can alter the news in the media. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, "Robert Filliou #7 (Paintings)", 2017, oil on canvas, 40 x 40 x 4 cm

I have been inspired by the vintage characters of contemporary paintings by the German artist Neo Rauch. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, "Robert Filliou #6", 2017, oil on canvas, 11,8 x 11,8 x 1.57 in (30 x 30 x 4 cm)
Davis Lisboa, “Marcel Broodthaers #6", 2016, oil on canvas, 15,74 x 15,74 x 13,77 in (40 x 30 x 3,5 cm)

This painting was inspired by a film still from “La Pluie, Projet Pour Un Texte” (The Rain, Project for a Text) by Marcel Broodthaers from 1969. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, “Marcel Broodthaers #5 (Paintings)", 2016, oil on canvas, 15,74 x 15,74 x 13,77 in (40 x 30 x 3,5 cm)

This painting was inspired by a film still from “La Pluie, Projet Pour Un Texte” (The Rain, Project for a Text) by Marcel Broodthaers from 1969. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, “Marcel Duchamp #5 (Paintings)", 2016, oil on canvas, 15,74 x 11,81 x 1,57 in (40 x 30 x 3.5 cm)

This work was inspired by Marcel Duchamp photograph I downloaded on Instagram. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, "Robert Filliou #2 (Paintings)", 2015, oil on canvas, 15,74 x 11,81 x 1,57 in (40 x 30 x 4 cm)

This work was inspired by the French Fluxus artist Robert Filliou's assemblaje "Autoportrait bien fait, mal fait, pas fait" (Self-portrait well done, badly done, not done), 1973. Buy now on Saatchi Art

Davis Lisboa, “Marcel Broodthaers #4 (Paintings)", 2016, oil on canvas, 11,8 x 11,8 x 1.57 in (30 x 30 x 3.5 cm)
The Geert De Kegel Collection, Zele, Belgium.
Davis Lisboa, “Marcel Duchamp #4 (Paintings)", 2016, oil on canvas, 11,8 x 11,8 x 1.57 in (30 x 30 x 4 cm)
The Geert De Kegel Collection, Zele, Belgium.
Davis Lisboa, “Self-portrait #1 (Paintings)", 2016, oil on canvas, 11,8 x 11,8 x 1.57 in (30 x 30 x 3.5 cm)
Davis Lisboa, “Marcel Broodthaers #3 (Paintings)", 2016, oil on canvas, 11,8 x 11,8 x 1.57 in (30 x 30 x 3.5 cm)
Davis Lisboa, "Robert Filliou #5 (Paintings)", 2016, oil on canvas, 11,8 x 11,8 x 1,57 in (30 x 30 x 3,5 cm)
Davis Lisboa, "Marcel Duchamp #3", 2015, oil on canvas, 15,74 x 11,81 in
Davis Lisboa, "Boîte-en-valise #2 (Paintings)", 2016, oil on canvas, 11,8 x 11,8 x 1,57 in (30 x 30 x 3,5 cm)
Davis Lisboa, "Marcel Duchamp #2", 2013, oil on canvas, 15,7 x 15,7 x 2 in
Davis Lisboa, "Galerie légitime #2 (Paintings)", 2013, oil on canvas, 15,7 x 15,7 x 1,57 in (40 x 40 x 3,5 cm)
Davis Lisboa, "Musée d'Art Moderne, Département des Aigles #2 (Paintings)", 2012, oil on canvas, 11,8 x 11,8 x 1,57 in (30 x 30 x 3,5 cm)
The Yellowstone Club Collection, Big Sky, Montana, USA.
Davis Lisboa, "Musée d'Art Moderne, Département des Aigles #3 (Paintings)", 2012, oil on canvas, 11,8 x 11,8 x 1,57 in (30 x 30 x 3,5 cm)
The Yellowstone Club Collection, Big Sky, Montana, USA.
Davis Lisboa, "Musée d'Art Moderne, Département des Aigles #1 (Paintings)", 2012, oil on canvas, 11,8 x 11,8 x 1,57 in (30 x 30 x 3,5 cm)
Davis Lisboa, "Marcel Broodthaers #1 (Paintings)", 2012, oil on canvas, 11,8 x 11,8 x 1,57 in (30 x 30 x 3,5 cm)
Davis Lisboa, "Robert Filliou #1 (Paintings)", 2012, oil on canvas, 11,8 x 11,8 x 1,57 in (30 x 30 x 3,5 cm)
Davis Lisboa, "Marcel Duchamp #1 (Paintings)", 2012, oil on canvas, 11,8 x 11,8 x 1,57 in (30 x 30 x 3,5 cm)
Francesc Torres Collection, Barcelona, Spain.
Davis Lisboa, "Boîte-en-valise #1 (Paintings)", 2012, oil on canvas, 11,8 x 11,8 x 1,57 in (30 x 30 x 3,5 cm)
Davis Lisboa, "The Davis Museum #1 (Paintings)", 2011, oil on canvas, 11,8 x 11,8 x 1,57 in (30 x 30 x 3,5 cm)