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Dada. No. 7: Dadaphone.  Editor: Tristan Tzara. by Dada - Paperback - from Ars Libri Ltd (SKU: B48881-9)

Dada. No. 7: Dadaphone. Editor: Tristan Tzara.

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Dada. No. 7: Dadaphone. Editor: Tristan Tzara.

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Paris (Au Sans Pareil), 1920.. (8)pp. 10 illus. (halftone photographs). 4to. Self-wraps., stapled as issued, with front cover design by Picabia. Contributions by Tzara, Picabia (Manifeste Cannibale Dada), Breton, Éluard, Ribemont-Dessaignes, Soupault, Cocteau, Dermée, Aragon, Arnauld, Evola and others. The penultimate issue of Dada, brought out by Tzara in March 1920, at a moment of inspired Dada activity in Paris, just before the Manifestation Dada at the Maison de lOeuvre (March 27), the first appearance of Cannibale (April), the Festival Dada at the Salle Gaveau (May). Reminiscent of 391 and with a strong Parisian bias along Littérature lines (like Dada 6), Dadaphones visual interest is mostly in its insistent typographic density, rather than its illustration--though it does include a beautiful abstract Schadograph, purporting to show Arp and Serner in the Royal Crocodarium in London, as well as the spiralingly zany Picabia drawing on the front cover. Central fold; a little light soiling.

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B48881-9
Title
Dada. No. 7: Dadaphone. Editor: Tristan Tzara.
Author
Dada
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Paperback
Publisher
Paris (Au Sans Pareil), 1920.
Keywords
20th Century ; Tzara, Tristan. ; Picabia, Francis, 1878-1953. ; Art, French ; Picabia, Francis. ; Ribemont-Dessaignes, Georges, 1884-1975. ; Modern ; Breton, André. ; Dada ; Eluard, Paul. ; Surrealism ; Ribemont-Dessaignes, Georges. ; Periodicals ; Soupa
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