Dada Culture: Critical Texts on the Avant-Garde

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Permission to reproduce the illustrations has been generously granted by several institutions and publishers. We would like to thank copyright holders who have given permission to reproduce their works. Every effort has been made to locate copyright holders for images included in this book, but those we have been unable to reach are invited to contact the publisher so that acknowledgments can be made in subsequent editions. We hope that the parties concerned will see without displeasure the inclusion of the respective works, and accept our thanks.
1. Spiegelgasse 1, Zürich.
2. Lenin, Zürich 1916.
3. Spiegelgasse, Zürich.
4. Spiegelgasse 14, Zürich.
5. Tristan Tzara, “Manifeste Dada 1918”, Dada no. 3, Zürich, December 1918; International Dada Archive Digital Library, University of Iowa.
6. Littérature no. 17, Paris, December 1920; International Dada Archive Digital Library, University of Iowa.
7. Cravan: Mystery Man of the Twentieth Century, Dark Horse Publications, Milwaukie, 2005.
8. Tristan Tzara, Calligramme, 1920.
9. Walter Serner and Tristan Tzara, Zürich 1919.
10. Christian Schad, Portrait of Walter Serner, 1920, typescript and collage, Bibliothèque Littéraire Jacques Doucet, Paris. © Artists Rights Society (ARS)/VG Bildkunst.
11. Marcel Duchamp, The, 1915 © Succession Marcel Duchamp/ ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2005. Philadelphia Museum of Art: The Louise and Walter Arensberg Collection.
12. Marcel Duchamp, Erratum Musical, 1913 © Succession Marcel Duchamp/ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2005. Philadelphia Museum of Art: The Louise and Walter Arensberg Collection.
13. Marcel Duchamp, With Hidden Noise, 1916 © Succession Marcel Duchamp/ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2005. Philadelphia Museum of Art: The Louise and Walter Arensberg Collection, 1950.
14. Marcel Duchamp, Rendez-vous du Dimanche 6 Février 1916, 1916 © Succession Marcel Duchamp/ADAGP, Paris and

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