The Dada Painters and Poets: An Anthology
Harvard University Press, 1981 - 413 pagina's
The Dada Painters and Poets offers the authentic answer to the question "What is Dada?" This incomparable collection of essays, manifestos, and illustrations was prepared by Robert Motherwell with the collaboration of some of the major Dada figures: Marcel Duchamp, Jean Arp, and Max Ernst among others. Here in their own words and art, the principals of the movement create a composite picture of Dada--its convictions, antics, and spirit.
First published in 1951, this treasure trove remains, as Jack Flam states in his foreword to the second edition, "the most comprehensive and important anthology of Dada writings in any language, and a fascinating and very readable book." It contains every major text on the Dada movement, including retrospective studies, personal memoirs, and prime examples. The illustrations range from photos of participants, in characteristic Dadaist attitudes, to facsimiles of their productions.
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"This handsome volume,'' said LJ's reviewer (4/1/52) presents "those pronouncements in art and literature which should have meaning still . . . .'' Originally published in 1951, this is a paperback ... Volledige recensie lezen
List of Illustrations
A History of Dadaism by Richard
Dada Fragments by Hugo Ball 191617
History of Dada by Georges RibemontDessaignes 1931
The Dada Spirit in Painting by Georges Hugnet 1932 and 1934
Three Dada Manifestoes by Andre Breton Before 1924
Marcel Duchamp by Andre Breton 1922
New York Dada edited by Marcel Duchamp and Man