➲ The Dada Almanac (Atlas Arkhive, #1) Read ➺ Author Richard Huelsenbeck – Chainnews.us

The Dada Almanac (Atlas Arkhive, #1)Dada Means Nothing So Proclaimed Tristan Tzara, The Movement S Tireless Publicist Yet This Did Not Prevent The Most Fanatical And Talented Artists Ans Writers Across Europe From Rushing To Join Its Ranks Anti War, Anti Art, Anti Dada, From Its Beginnings In Zurich During The First World War The Dadas Swept Aside The Cultural, Philosophical And Political Norms Of Their Time Utter Disgust With A Society That Had Created The War And Then Expected To Survive The Peace Spurred Them To Ever Greater Demonstrations Of Revulsion And Derision Yet It Was Not All Nihilism Many Factions Worked Within The Dada Movement And It Was Huelsenbeck S Intention To Embody Most Of Them In The Dada Almanac The Largest Collection Of Dadaist Texts Ever Assembled By The Movement, It Was Originally Published In 1920 In A Mixture Of French And German The Dada Almanac Was Truly International In Scope, With Substantial Sections From The Swiss And French Sections Of The Movement, It Embodies Dada S Failings As Well As Its Sucesses, Its Excesses, Its Seriousness, Its Idiocy, But Above All The Anarchic Vitality Which Made It Such A Vital Precondition For So Much That Followed In The Fields Of Art, Literature And General Cultural Terrorism The Editors Of This First English Translation Have Added Dozens Of Other Relevent Texts, Documents, Portraits Etc, As Well As Explaining Contemporary References And Events And Providing Biographies Of The Numerous Personalities Involved.

➲ The Dada Almanac (Atlas Arkhive, #1) Read ➺ Author Richard Huelsenbeck – Chainnews.us
  • Hardcover
  • The Dada Almanac (Atlas Arkhive, #1)
  • Richard Huelsenbeck
  • 14 November 2017
  • 9780893660604

10 thoughts on “The Dada Almanac (Atlas Arkhive, #1)

  1. says:

    As I ll probably write in every review of anything published by Atlas Press I LOVE ATLAS PRESS They can practically do no wrong They uncover all the early 20th century experimental writing that I have so much interest in publish it THANK YOU Dada was a primary influence on me I still enjoy it immensely This collection is fantastic Unfortunately, most idiots who think they know something about art history but who really only know about dada tend to give dada a bad name by always...

  2. says:

    Forgot I had read this years ago It s actually very amusing

  3. says:

    Yay This was a really fun one I plowed through it.

  4. says:

    A masterpiece and a must own for anyone interested in Dada or, for that matter, typography, or blembangoling

  5. says:

    essential for anyone into Avant garde art, politics or music.

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