With a wink to his artistic heroes and a nod toward the captivating game of chess, internationally-acclaimed artist Marcel Dzama returns to the World Chess Hall of Fame to present his most recent works in Marcel Dzama: Mischief Makes a Move. The exhibition centers on Dzama’s 35-minute silent film titled Une danse des bouffons (A Jester’s Dance), which is inspired by the failed romantic affair between Marcel Duchamp and Brazilian sculptor Maria Martins. In this “Dadaist love story,” Martins (played alternately by Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon and Belgian model/actress Hannelore Knuts) must rescue her love from his obsession with chess. Members of Arcade Fire created the film’s musical score. Click here to watch the official trailer. Dzama is represented by David Zwirner. “Marcel’s film explores fascinating themes and art history references. He has created a world that is playful,

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