|Gutenberggedenkblatt/Ehrenporträt von Charlie Chaplin
Dated "Ad 14" (April 14, 1919). Collage of type and photograph of Baader on paper (35 × 46.5 cm). Collection Musée national d'art moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris.
Reprinted in Dada / ed. by Leah Dickerman (National Gallery of Art : Washington DC 2005): 136. Exhibited at the Erste Internationale Dada-Messe Nr. 153.
|Venit Creator Spiritus
Photograph of Baader in uniform probably taken in 1916/17 and attached to Baader, Venit Creator Spiritus, 1920. Collage on paper (18.5 x 12 cm.). Archives Andréi Nakov, Paris.
|Club der Blauen Milchstraße - II
Collage on Hausmann's 'Club der Blauen Milchstraße'. Photographs and printed flyers on lithograph poster (50.4 × 30.7 cm). Collection Kunsthaus Zürich, Grafische Sammlung.
|Der Verfasser des Buches "Vierzehn Briefe Christi" in seinem Heim
[=The Author of the Book "Fourteen Letters of Christ" in his Home]
Dated 1920. Photomontage and collage gelatin silver prints, printed paper, and ink on book page mounted on paper (21.6 × 14.6 cm). Collection Museum of Modern Art, New York NY.
In this photomontage, Baader presents a photograph of a domestic space in which various Dada ephemera hangs on the wall at upper left. A figure has been cut out of the center of the photograph to reveal the image of Baader's dummy exhibited at the Berlin Dada Fair in 1920. This work is, in fact, a sophisticated self-portrait of Baader in his persona as the "Oberdada," a parody of a high-ranking military figure (ex. Oberleutnant) of the Dada "troupes." The figure cut out of the upper photograph can be identified as Baader himself, as his reflection is visible in the mirror at the right edge of the cutout [source: Museum of Modern Art, New York].