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NEO-DADA: REDEFINING ART, 1958-62. Susan Hapgood et al. Scottsdale Center for the Arts, 1994. Organized by American Federation of Arts, New York. Published in association with Universe Publishing, New York. 156 pp. with 78 ills. (39 col.). 27 x 26 cm. LC 94-7388 ISBN 0876636296 In English.
Examining the role of Dada-related attitudes and techniques in the emergence of new international art movements during the late 1950s and early 60s, this catalogue presents a diverse array of some 70 works that includes a small selection of readymades and collages by Duchamp and Schwitters along with many found-object sculptures and assemblages, "combine" paintings, and textual and performance pieces by more than 30 prominent "Neo-Dada" figures, among them Rauschenberg, Kaprow, Klein, Spoerri, Arman, Maciunas, Higgins, Oldenburg, Saint Phalle, Tinguely, Ono and Kienholz. Interviews with or statements by seven of the featured artists complement three essays that provide an overview of Neo-Dada activities in New York, Paris and Los Angeles, explore the psychologically aggressive quality of Neo-Dada performance works, and delineate links between the principles of the Fluxus and Dada movements.
Indexing: Western, International (Western Style) — Post-1945 — Several Media
Plans: 01,05,07,17,20
Worldwide Number: 024664
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