Women in Dada Essays on Sex Gender and Identity

Sawelson-Gorse, Naomi (ed)


Publisher: The MIT Press
Place Published: Cambridge and London
Edition: 1st Edition
Date Published: 1998
Illustrator: b&w illustrations
Size: 8vo

Illustrated study of the role of women in Dada, referencing how – despite Dada’s spirit of iconoclasm – women were subject to marginalisation within the movement; both an anthology and revisionist history; various authors, with chapters on Suzanne Duchamp, Beatrice Wood, cross-dressing, Schwitters’ collages of women, Hannah Hoch, Clara Tice; b&w illustrations throughout; half red cloth with printed/illustrated sides; Very Good and clean throughout; boards lightly rubbed, lightly sunned to spine; no dustwrapper (as issued); PLEASE NOTE: HEAVY BOOK MAY INCUR EXTRA SHIPPING IF DESTINATION IS OUTSIDE AUSTRALIA..

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