The Blind Man
They published only one more issue, with the following contributors:
- Walter Arensberg (Axiom, Theorem, poems),
- Gabrièle Buffet-Picabia (Marie Laurencin, essay),
- Robert Carlton (Bob) Brown (poems),
- Frank Crowninshield (letter),
- Charles Demuth (For Richard Mutt, poem),
- Marcel Duchamp, "Charles Duncan" (poem), an essay about Louis Michael Eilshemius,
- Mina Loy (prose),
- Louise Norton (essay),
- Francis Picabia (Medusa, poem),
- Joseph Stella (Coney Island, picture),
- Frances Simpson Stevens (poem),
- Alfred Stieglitz (Fountain by R. Mutt, photography; letter) and
- Clara Tice (drawing).
Volume 2 is best known for the group's reaction to the rejection of Duchamp's Fountain by an unjuried art show in 1917. Although the magazine had a brief life, it was influential as the first publication by Dadaists in the United States.
As part of the Dada centennial celebrations, Ugly Duckling Presse published a 1000-copy, boxed-set, limited-edition facsimile of the two editions of The Blind Man, called The Blind Man: New York Dada, 1917.
- "DADA and Modernist Magazines – Rongwrong". www.dada-companion.com. Retrieved 22 November 2018.[dead link]
- Hofmann, Irene E. (1996). "Documents of Dada and Surrealism: Dada and Surrealist Journals in the Mary Reynolds Collection". Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies. 22 (2): 131–197. doi:10.2307/4104318. JSTOR 4104318. Text also published here.
- "A Trove of Dadaist Fun Is Reissued" by Joseph Nechvatal, Hyperallergic, January 19, 2018
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