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I don't believe in art. I believe in artists.


Marcel Duchamp

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We are already prepared in case bird flu does reach Switzerland. Coordination with the European Unio...
MARCEL FALK
Two years of preparation, it just vanishes and there's nobody to blame. It's not like he can point a...
MARCEL LACROIX
I don't think Roger ever does anything that's not a max effort and a max concentration. He's not goi...
MARCEL LACHEMANN
This is probably one of the most extensive, most expensive and time consuming that we've worked on.
MARCEL MALFREGEOT
Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our sou...
MARCEL PROUST
Everything we think of as great has come to us from neurotics. It is they and they alone who found r...
MARCEL PROUST
There's nothing like desire to prevent the things one says from having any resemblance to the things...
MARCEL PROUST