The famous ‘Phonetic poems’ from Dadaist Hausmann – remastered from original tapes with a 40 pages booklet including typescripts and texts.
Wonderful little poems, published in 1921 under the pseudonym I.K. Bonset. And they fit Jaap Blonk like a glove!
In German. Inspired as well as won over by the 1937 Constructivist exhibition in Basel, Marguerite Hagenbach-Arp, with the support of her artist friend and futu..(read more)
A collection of Dada-related works by French avant-garde composer Erik Satie (1866-1925) including music used by Francis Picabia, Tristan Tzara, Kurt Schwitters..(read more)
A full-length overview of the avant-garde piano repertoire of Nelly (aka Pétro) van Doesburg, performed at various De Stijl, Dada and Bauhaus events in Europe ..(read more)
Zeichnungen von Kurt Schwitters. Anna Blume and I – After the textbook, there is the picture book. The work of Kurt Schwitters has been presented and inte..(read more)
Hans Richter – Dadaist, painter, film theorist and filmmaker – was for four decades one of the most influential members of the cinematic avant-garde..(read more)
The garden in An der Wildbahn 33, Berlin Heiligensee must have been a source of youthful joy for the middle aged Hoch at the end of the war. Armed with scissors..(read more)
Poet, painter, self-described funny guy, idiot, failure, pickpocket, and anti-artist par excellence, Francis Picabia was a defining figure in the Dada movement;..(read more)
German language edition (no. 45) from the kleine Bücherei für Hand und Kopf. Francis Picabia was painter and poet. In both disciplines he confronted pretensio..(read more)