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15. Dada in Germany and Abroad

Art of Mid- and Later Weimar

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Link to larger image in new window George Grosz, Republican Automatons, 1920, New York, MOMA
Link to larger image in new window Raoul Hausmann, Mechanical Head (Spirit of Our Time), 1921, Paris, MNAM
Link to larger image in new window Hannah Höch and Kurt Schwitters, Anti-Revue, Worse and Better, watercolor, Berlinische Galerie
Link to larger image in new window Hannah Höch and Kurt Schwitters, Anti-Revue, Worse and Better, watercolor, Berlinische Galerie
Link to larger image in new window Hannah Höch and Kurt Schwitters, Anti-Revue, Worse and Better, watercolor, Berlinische Galerie
Link to larger image in new window Hannah Höch and Kurt Schwitters, Anti-Revue, Worse and Better, watercolor, Berlinische Galerie
Link to larger image in new window Hannah Höch, From an Ethnology Museum, photomontage, 1924-25, Berlinische Galeriee
Link to larger image in new window Hannah Höch, From an Ethnology Museum, photomontage, 1924-25, Berlinische Galeriee
Link to larger image in new window Hannah Höch, From an Ethnology Museum, photomontage, 1924-25, Berlinische Galeriee
Link to larger image in new window Hannah Höch, From an Ethnology Museum, photomontage, 1924-25, Berlinische Galeriee
  Theo van Doesburg and Kurt Schwitters, Program for Small Dada Evening, 1922-23, Chazen
Link to larger image in new window Kurt Schwitters, Merzbau, 1923, Hannover, destroyed
  Theo van Doesburg, Täuber, and Arp, Aubette Café, Strasbourg, 1928
  Heinrich Davringhausen, The Sex Murderer, 1917, Munich, Pinakothek der Moderne
Link to larger image in new window Conrad Felixmüller, The Agitator, 1920, Berlin, National Galerie
Link to larger image in new window Bernard Kretzschmar, The Death of Secretary K, 1922, drypoint and aquatint
Link to larger image in new window Karl Hofer, The Abduction, mid-1920s, Madison, Chazen Museum of Art
  Heinrich Davringhausen, The Profiteer, 1921, Kunstmuseum im Ehrenfeld, Düsseldorf
Link to larger image in new window Konrad Felixmüller, Death of the Poet Walter Rheiner, 1925, Berlin, Private collection
Link to larger image in new window George Grosz, Portrait of Max Hermann-Neisse, 1925, Mannheim, Kunsthalle
Link to larger image in new window Grosz, drawings and photos for Erwin Piscator production of The Good Soldier Schweijk, 1928
  Grosz, drawings and photos for Erwin Piscator production of The Good Soldier Schweijk, 1928
  Grosz, drawings and photos for Erwin Piscator production of The Good Soldier Schweijk, 1928

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