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Looking at Dada



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Looking at Dada by Sarah Ganz Blythe
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"Looking at Dada" is an accessible introduction to Dada and its times. It examines some thirty major, representative artworks from each of the principal cities, where the movement took hold: Zurich; Berlin; Cologne; Hanover; Paris; and New York. Largely drawing on the unparalleled collection held by MoMA, it investigates all of the major areas and processes in which the Dada artists worked.

Author Biography

Edward D. Powers is the author of several articles on Symbolism, Dada and Surrealism. He is a lecturer in the Education Department at The Museum of Modern Art. Sarah Ganz Blythe is Director of Educational Resources at The Museum of Modern Art.
Release date NZ
March 13th, 2006
Country of Publication
United States
45 illustrations, 35 in colour
Museum of Modern Art
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