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"On June 5, 1568, both Count of Egmont and Count of Hoorn were decapitated on the Grand-Place in Brussels. The Dutch Revolt begins."--Sholem Stein


[Joan Bakewell] "What you were also attempting to do, as I understand it, was devalue the art as an object simply by saying, 'if I say it's a work of art, that makes it a work of art.'" --Marcel Duchamp interviewed by Joan Bakewell on Late Night Line-Up on 5 June 1968

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