- In Cologne, Ernst, Baargeld, and Arp launched a controversial Dada in 1923, where Van Doesburg promoted a leaflet about Dada (entitled What is Dada?
- Sven Spieker
- Hans Richter, chapter on Hannover Dada. Martin I. Gaughan, “Imprinting Stoff: Kurt Schwitter's Verbal Art.
- Stephen C. Foster
- Dada Cologne Hannover, contributing editor, with Charlotte Stokes (New York: G.K Hall & Co.,.
- Kurt Schwitters' Merzbau: Chaos, Compulsion and Creativity
- Dada: Cologne and Hanover, ed. by Charlotte Stokes and Stephen Foster (New York: GK Hall, 1998), pp. 207-209 for more on the Kestner Society.
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- Cologne were not unduly shocked by the other provocations with which the public was confronted at the 1920 exhibition.
- The sociology of reception: the alienation and recovery of Dada *
- 3aret Voltaire attempted to shock the bourgeoisie and demolish its. I ofart and the social order.
- Amazon.com: The History of Dada: Dada Cologne Hanover (Crisis
- Amazon.com: The History of Dada: Dada Cologne Hanover (Crisis and the Arts) ( 9780816173266): Stephen C. Foster, Charlotte Stokes: Books.
- NGA-DADA - Cities - Cologne
- Dada in Cologne emerged in autumn 1919 when the terms of the Treaty of Versailles placed the city under British military control.
- Dada in Cologne
- Max Ernst (1891-1976): Born in Brúhl, near Cologne, studied philosophy, psychiatry and art history in Bonn, and founded the Cologne branch of Dada.
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