By Hans Richter
In English for the 1st time: The pioneering Dadaist’s insights and remembrances of an entire life operating side-by-side with the major sleek artists of the 20 th century.
Painter, filmmaker, author, and instructor Hans Richter (1888–1976) used to be on the heart of a few of crucial routine in modernism, together with Expressionism, Dadaism, Constructivism, and Surrealism. unlike identical to the lone artist developing in isolation, Richter’s lengthy and prolific occupation was once fueled by way of his encounters with others. With appearances by way of Calder, Cocteau, Duchamp, Eisenstein, Fellini, Höch, Kaprow, Malevich, Mondrian, guy Ray, and Tzara (to identify only a few), Encounters from Dada until eventually at the present time files the collaborative aspirations of a new release of contemporary artists, in addition to testifies to a life of friendships solid in creativity. In Richter’s phrases, “the shape, the content material, and the get together of every come upon commemorate the unrepeatable individual, and provides him the small eternity to which everyone seems to be entitled.”
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Vastyan and Mary Stephens, and Institute Director of Programs Thomas K. McElhinney, each of whom contributed valuable time and expertise in ways not readily apparent in this book. Eileen Thompson deserves thanks for her work as the recorder for the meetings, a difficult job which she managed with skill. Joan Bernardo, June Watson, Helen Melnyk, Margaret Moehle, and Marilyn Flanigan expertly typed the final manuscript. Page xv Prologue: Dramatis Personae In the spring of 1975 nine people met for the first time at Sugar Loaf Conference Center in Philadelphia.
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