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Dada: art and anti-art.

Richter, Hans

Dada: art and anti-art.

by Richter, Hans

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Published by Thames & Hudson in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dadaism

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 229-237.

    SeriesThe World of art library
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsND1265 .R5 1966a
    The Physical Object
    Pagination246 p.
    Number of Pages246
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6014151M
    LC Control Number66070783
    OCLC/WorldCa519343

      Dada: Art and Anti-Art, 2nd Edition Hans Ricther Thames & Hudson pages $ N Richter presents readers with a comprehensive examination of the Dada art movement, its place in history, its key players, and its lasting impact. Dada: Art and Anti-Art, by Hans Richter, introduced and annotated by Michael : Thames & Hudson, pages. IN HIS INTRODUCTION to Dada: Art and Anti-Art (), a book that fifty years later still frames much of our understanding of the movement, Hans Richter claims that without a few vigilant ants among the “carefree grasshoppers” who constituted most of Dada’s main Author: Rachel Churner.

    Over a hundred years on from the riotous inception of Dada at the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich in , art historian Michael White provides a new introduction and commentary to a book that has become a legend in its own right, influencing a generation of performers and artists since its first publication in - David Bowie even quoted from Dada: Art and Anti-Art in his Scary Monsters album. Summary of Tristan Tzara. Tzara is considered the founder of Dada, a nihilistic, anti-art movement formed in Zurich during World War gh also producing artwork, his primary contribution was publishing manifestos outlining the goals of Dada and circulating them to as wide an audience as he could solicit and arranging vulgar and shocking performances at a local Café featuring Nationality: Romanian.

      Here he records and traces Dada’s history, from its inception in about in wartime Zurich, to its collapse in Paris in when many of its members were to join the Surrealist movement, down to the present day when its spirit re-emerged first in the s with, for example, Pop : World of Art: Dada: Art and Anti-Art (Paperback) Average rating: 5 out of 5 stars, based on 1 reviews 1 Here he records and traces Dada's history, from its inception in wartime Zurich to its collapse in Paris in the s, when many of its members joined the Surrealist movement, to the present day when its spirit reemerged in the s in 5/5(1).


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Dada Art and Anti-Art by Poor. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside. Rebound by the book has hardback covers. Postscipt by Werner Haftmann. One of the initiators of Dada, presents the history of this controversial movement from its beginnings at eh Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich.

Here he records and traces Dada’s history, from its inception in about in wartime Zurich, to its collapse in Paris in when many of its members were to join the Surrealist movement, down to the present day when its spirit re-emerged first in the s with, for example, Pop art. Features an extensive use of Dada documents.

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Hans Richter. Thames & Hudson. 21s. (paperback). Dada covered a wide spectrum of attitudes, from idealism to nihilism, from a limited rejection of traditional values to a denial of the idea of art, from semi-political protest to pure love of disorder for its own sake. There was a.