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The Dada Almanac by Richard Huelsenbeck
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Jan 27, 08

it was amazing
bookshelves: anti-art
Recommended for: the bourgeoisie - as a substitiute for eating

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 bad name by always saying: "Dude, the dadaists already did that!" as if they have any idea of what they're talking about. Don't let morons like that ruin dada for you!
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