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  • Kurt Hermann Eduard Karl Julius Schwitters (20 June 1887 – 8 January 1948) was a German artist who was born in Hanover, Germany. Schwitters worked in
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  • and term Dada, and traces back to Kurt Schwitters. The made-up word Merz, however, traces back to Kurt Schwitters, who planned a Dada section in Hanover
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  • of principle works like the famous 'Anna Blume' of Kurt Schwitters." Later in the year Schwitters would publish the poem in an artist's book called Anna
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  • Architype Schwitters is a geometric sans-serif typeface based upon a 1927 phonetic alphabet designed by Kurt Schwitters (1887–1948). The digital revival
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  • Painter” Chappell, p. 146 "Schwitters in Britain (Exhibition guide)". Tate Britain. Retrieved 17 August 2016.  Schwitters, Kurt. "Postcard featuring an
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  • actor Kurt von Schleicher (1882-1934), German general and politician, Chancellor of Germany 1932-1933 Kurt Schwitters (1887-1948), German painter Kurt Sinette
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  • pieces at art fairs by better-known artists such as Pablo Picasso, Kurt Schwitters, Fernand Leger, Lyonel Feininger, Robert and Sonia Delaunay, Stallone
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  • with Kurt Schwitters deepened, and Hausmann started to take steps toward International Modernism. In September 1921, Hausmann, Höch, Schwitters and his
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  • consultancy Merz (Art style), Kurt Schwitters' synonym for his own way of Dada Merzbau, name of an artwork by Kurt Schwitters Merz (musician), a British
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  • the Hanoverian artist Kurt Schwitters. The new building will also be used for one-off international exhibitions. Besides Schwitters and de Saint Phalle
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  • Hastings. It tells the story of a friendship between aging dada artist Kurt Schwitters and a twelve-year-old boy. These two characters and the boy's mother
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  • objects" may be traced back to the Dada productions of Marcel Duchamp and Kurt Schwitters, and to the surrealistic boxes of Joseph Cornell (among others), as
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  • shoulders of a few ruffians, Army officers and industrialists." Kurt Schwitters incorporated a newspaper advertisement for the film into his 1944 collage
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  • Kurt Schwitters on several projects, including children's books, opera librettos, books, and festivals. Together with Theo van Doesburg, Schwitters and
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  • Rampolokeng Léo Ferré Massimo Volume Offlaga Disco Pax Kurt Schwitters Gerard McKeown Konstantyn K. Kuzminsky Carlos Oroza El Chojin
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  • experimentation by Kurt Schwitters in his typeface Architype Schwitters. In the mid 1920s, Van Doesburg worked together with Schwitters and the artist Kate
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  • Gregorian chant, the classical concert tradition and the sound poetry of Kurt Schwitters. The primary goal of Ox's work is to create an intimate correspondence
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  • soundtrack of the video game VVVVVV Pppppp, a book of selected works by Kurt Schwitters, translated by Jerome Rothenberg and Pierre Joris pppppp, a rarely
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  • rebuilt premises. Elderfield had published studies of Henri Matisse, Kurt Schwitters, Helen Frankenthaler, Richard Diebenkorn, Howard Hodgkin, and Pierre-Paul
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  • the artist Kurt Schwitters. In a tea party setting a film describes a fictional relationship between Prouvost's grandfather and Schwitters. The work is
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