The Dada Reader: A Critical Anthology

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Dawn Ades
Tate Pub., Jan 1, 2006 - Arts, Modern - 320 pages
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The revolutionary artistic and political movement, Dada, emerged amid the unprecedented carnage of the First World War. This work provides a selection from key Dada texts, ideal for anyone interested in one of the most influential movement's of the 20th century.

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[Paperback edition] This work contains excerpts from Dadaist journals from the early 20th century, with short prefaces by Ades before each journal selection. The selections appear to have been chosen ... Read full review

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User Review  - Phil - Goodreads

Fantastic! For anyone who is interested in the Dada movement, this is a must read. Of course it will not cover their pivotal writings nor works in other areas of the arts, but it is still a panoramic ... Read full review

Contents

Francis Picabia AERODHACIA
12
Emily Hage
70
Francis Picabia Charvar
82

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About the author (2006)

DAWN ADES is Professor of Art History and Theory at the University of Essex. She pioneered the study of Latin American art in the United Kingdom and has also published widely on Dada, Surrealism, and photography.

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