Dada is an artistic, literary, and political movement that emerged in Zurich and New York around 1916. This book invites us on a journey into the madness of the dada revolt, presenting over a thousand works. After a historical approach to the major dada events since 1916, the book focuses on the itinerant exhibition initiated by the Centre Pompidou in Paris, co-produced with the National Gallery of Art in Washington and the MoMA in New York between 2005 and 2006.
Size: 17× 24 cm, 320 pages, 260 B&W and colour images
Texts: Jeanne Brun, Séverine Gossart, Jasmin Oezcebi, Anne Umland, Jérôme Neuner and Leah Dickerman
Publisher: Xavier Barral (Copublished with the Centre Pompidou), 2010