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Kurt Schwitters, words and works
|Contributions||Strauss, Monica J., Helen Serger La Boetie, Inc.|
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Jan 6, - Explore iraivannikova's board "Kurt Schwitters", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Kurt schwitters, Collage art and Collage pins. An Anna Blume ("To Anna Flower" also translated as "To Eve Blossom") is a poem written by the German artist Kurt Schwitters in It has been described as a parody of a love poem, an emblem of the chaos and madness of the era, and as a harbinger of a new poetic language.
German artist Kurt Schwitters began constructing the Merzbau, a combination of collage, sculpture, and architecture, in a corner of his studio in Hannover, Germany in Also called the Cathedral of Erotic Misery, this was Schwitters's private world. It eventually took over his entire living quarters, the apartment above, and part of the yard, and was divided into rooms 2/5(2). In Schwitters published a second book in the same format, called Die Kathedrale (The Cathedral). Again published by Paul Steegemann, Hannover, the work contained 8 lithographs, and was published in an edition of c.  The lithographs are in the style of Schwitters' drawings of the period, using found elements, collage and stamps, along with scratchy pen .
- Explore travron22's board "kurt Schwitters" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Kurt schwitters, Collage art and Art pins. Some words to Kurt Schwitters' URSONATE, by Jaap Blonk Kurt Schwitters was born in Hannover in He studied at the Applied Arts School, the Art Academy and the Institute of Technology. Refused by the Berlin Dadaists, he started .
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Kurt Schwitters was born on J in Hanover, Germany. He was the only child in a middle-class family. As a boy, he travelled with his father to the World's Fair in Paris. When he he had his first epileptic fit, signifying the start of a recurring condition that the artist felt continually impacted how he related to the ality: German.
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Kurt Hermann Words and works book Karl Julius Schwitters (20 June – 8 January ) was a German artist who was born in Hanover, Germany. Schwitters worked in several genres and media, including Dadaism, Constructivism, Surrealism, poetry, sound, painting, sculpture, graphic design, typography, and words and works book came to be known as installation is most famous for his collages, Birth place: Hanover, Germany.
Associated with the Dada movement, painter, poet, and mixed-media artist Kurt Schwitters is best known for his collage and assemblage works in which he transformed appropriated imagery and text from print media into dynamic and layered compositions.
Schwitters studied at the Dresden Academy of Art with Otto Dix and George Grosz, and after showing in Berlin in was Nationality: German. Author of Kurt Schwitters, Kurt Schwitters,Merz, Schwitters, Das literarische Werk, Kurt Schwitters, words and works, Die Scheuche, Kuwitter.
Kurt Schwitters has 60 books on Goodreads with ratings. Kurt Schwitters’s most popular book is pppppp. This is the slender fourteen page catalogue published in conjunction with a Louis Newman Galleries exhibition of works by the renowned Dada and collage pioneer Kurt Schwitters. A brand new, most handsome example of this uncommon item with a vellum announcement for a gallery lecture on "Kurt Schwitters and the Dada Spirit" by Merle Schipper.
Kurt Schwitters was a German artist involved in both Dadaism and ters is best known for his Merz and Merzbau works, which incorporated collage, found objects, typography, and sound poetry to construct unique these works, the artist used magazine clippings, waste material, and other recycled items in an attempt to express the Nationality: German.
Opened by Customs –8 is a collage made of paper, printed paper, oil paint and graphite by the German artist Kurt Schwitters. The pasted-together fragments have been cut and torn from a variety of sources, including parcel paper, Nazi administrative labels, a large section of printed Norwegian text from a book or a pamphlet, a blue label for Spanish oranges (stuck face down.
Kurt Hermann Eduard Karl Julius Schwitters (20 June – 8 January ) was a German artist who was born in Hanover, Germany. Schwitters worked in several genres and media, including dadaism, constructivism, surrealism, poetry, sound, painting, sculpture, graphic design, typography, and what came to be known as installation art.
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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central 5/5(3). Kurt Schwitters () was a key figure of the twentieth-century avant garde, an all-rounder whose diverse activities as an artist, writer, typographer, and performer were unequaled by any of his contemporaries.5/5(2).
Pppppp: Kurt Schwitters Poems, Performance, Pieces, Proses, Plays, Poetics (Border Lines: Works in Translation) Kurt Schwitters; Jerome Rothenberg; Editor-Pierre Joris Published by Temple Univ Pr (). German, – Getty record Introduction Born 20 June ; died 8 January Schwitters was a Dadaist who associated with the Bauhaus School at Weimar, Germany and with the "de Stijl" group in the Netherlands.
Kurt Schwitters, (born JHannover, Ger.—died Jan. 8,Little Langdale, Westmorland, Eng.), German Dada artist and poet, best known for his collages and relief constructions. Soon after World War I Schwitters was attracted by the emerging Dada school, a nihilistic literary and artistic movement dedicated to the destruction of existing aesthetic values.
Kurt Schwitters >The painter, collagist, typographer, and poet Kurt Schwitters () >was the creator of MERZ-art, which is two and three dimensional collage-like >works using paper and discarded objects of everyday use.
Kurt Schwitters was born in in Hannover, Germany. Kurt Schwitters' Art of Redemption. Kurt Schwitters was one of the most engaging mavericks of the art of the 20th century. His art is invariably grouped with Dada, although personal clashes prevented him from being admitted formally to membership, and by nature he would never be fully committed to any collective movement, even one of protest: his lack of interest in politics set.
Schwitters, Kurt German artist, poet, essayist, dramatist, novelist, and short-story writer. Schwitters is recognized for his unique contribution to twentieth-century art and literature. Kurt Schwitters in England book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.3/5.The comprehensive Kurt Schwitters Catalogue Raisonné, of which the present volume is the third and final installation, includes more than four thousand works from the period between andmany of them published for the first time.
Lost and destroyed works are documented whenever possible.This work is included in the Provenance Research Project, which investigates the ownership history of works in MoMA's collection. Kurt Schwitters, Hannover, Germany, then England. – Ernst Schwitters (the artist’s son), Lysaker near Oslo, Norway.
Inherited from the artist, – Marlborough Fine Art, London. Purchased from Ernst Schwitters, – .