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catalogue collages and photomontages

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  • MATERIAL DER MALEREI, 1918
    Cover for Material der Malerei Plastik Architektur
    Collage and photomontage (32 × 18 cm)
    [Collection Musée départemental de Rochechouart, Rochechouart]
    Cat. Hausmann (1994) 153
  • SYNTHETISCHES CINO DER MALEREI, 1918
    Manifesto with montage (37.4 × 28.2 cm)
    [Collection Merrill C. Berman, New York]
    Cat. Hausmann (1994) 176.
  • ABSTRAKTE BILDIDEE, 1918
    Oil painting and collage on linen (95 × 65 cm)
    [Collection Berlinische Galerie, Berlin]
    Cat. Hausmann (1994) 163.
  • GURK, 1918/19
    Collage on blue paper (27 x 21.5 cm)
    [Collection Peter Arntz, The Hague].
    Note: 'Gurk' [Paul Gurk] was also published in Der Dada No. 2 (Berlin, December 1919) backside.
    Cat. Hausmann (1994) 173.
  • ABENDLICHE TOILETTE, 1919 [1920]
    Collage (measures unknown)
    Lost
    Note: exhibited at the Erste Internationale Dada-Messe, Nr. 144; published in Der Dada Nr. 3 (Berlin 1920).
  • PORTRÄT EINES DIENSTMANNES
    (Dr. Anselm Ruest Dr. Max Ruest), 1919
    Collage on wove paper (26.5 × 21 cm)
    [Collection Galerie Berinson, Berlin].
    Cat. Hausmann (1994) 174.
  • PORTRÄT EINER ALTEN FRAU
    (Dr. Salomo Friedlaender-Mynoud [= Mynona]), 1919
    Collage on wove paper (25.5 × 21.2 cm)
    [Collection Merrill C. Berman, New York].
    Note: exhibited at the Erste Internationale Dada-Messe, Nr. 38.
    Cat. Hausmann (1994) 175.
  • DER KUNSTREPORTER
    [The Art Critic], 1919/20
    Photomontage and collage with ink stamp and crayon on printed poster poem (31.8 × 25.4 cm)
    [Collection The Trustees of the Tate Gallery, London].
    Note: exhibited at the Erste Internationale Dada-Messe, Nr. 37.
    Cat. Hausmann (1994) 181.

    Although the 'art critic' is identified by a stamp as George Grosz, another member of the group, the image was probably an anonymous figure cut from a magazine. The fragment of a German banknote behind the critic’s neck suggests that he is controlled by capitalist forces. The words in the background are part of a poem poster made by Hausmann to be pasted on the walls of Berlin [source: Tate, London].

  • DADA IM GEWÖHNLICHEN LEBEN
    (dada Cino), 1920
    Collage and photomontage on blue paper (31.7 × 22.5 cm)
    [Private collection].
    Note: exhibited at the Erste Internationale Dada-Messe, Nr. 24.
    Cat. Hausmann (1994) 179.
  • ELASTICUM, 1920 [see image]
    Photomontage and collage with gouache on the cover of the exhibition catalogue Erste Internationale Dada-Messe (31 × 37 cm)
    [Collection Galerie Berinson, Berlin/UBU Gallery, New York]
    Note: published in Mécano Nr. 2, blue (1922).
    Cat. Hausmann (1994) 182.
  • INDUSTRIELLER UMSTÜRZ, 1920
    Relief-Assemblage (measures unknown)
    Lost
    Note: exhibited at the Erste Internationale Dada-Messe, Nr. 30.
  • TATLIN LEBT ZUHAUSE, 1920
    Aquarell and photomontage (41 × 28 cm)
    Lost since 1968.
    Note: exhibited at the Erste Internationale Dada-Messe, Nr. 28; published in Mécano Nr. 2 (1922).
    Cat. Hausmann (1994) 133.
  • SELBSTPORTRÄT DES DADASOPHEN, 1920
    Photomontage and collage on Japanese paper (36.2 × 28 cm)
    [Private collection].
    Exhibited at the Erste Internationale Dada-Messe, Nr. 27
    Cat. Hausmann (1994) 183.
  • DADA SIEGT, 1920
    'Ein bürgerliches Präcisionsgehirn ruft ein Weltbewegung hervor, later known as Dada siegt, 1920
    Photomontage and collage with watercolor on paper (33.5 × 27.5 cm)
    [Private collection].
    Note: exhibited at the Erste Internationale Dada-Messe, Nr. 29.
    Cat. Hausmann (1994) 185.
  • DIE MENSCHEN SIND ENGEL UND LEBEN IM HIMMEL, 1921
    Collage and photomontage on gray paper (31 × 20.5 cm)
    [Collection Berlinische Galerie, Berlin].
    Cat. Hausmann (1994) 193.
  • FIAT MODES, 1921
    Photomontage and collage on the cover of Fiat Modes pereat ars by Max Ernst (1919) and on the reproduction of 'Kutschenbauch dichtet', from Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah! (Malik Verlag : Berlin 1921)
    Lost.
    Cat. Hausmann (1994) 124.
  • [UNTITLES], 1921
    Drawing and Montage on paper (43 × 35 cm)
    [Private collection].
  • P, 1921
    Collage (31.2 × 22 cm)
    [Collection Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg].
    Cat. Hausmann (1994) 195.
  • ABCD OR PORTRÄT DE L'ARTISTE, 1923/24
    Collage and photomontage on paper (40.4 × 28.2 cm)
    [Collection Musée national d'art moderne. Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris]
    Cat. Hausmann (1994) 63.

    ABCD is a self-portrait. Below the artist's face is an announcement of his performance of a phonetic poem. The letters VOCE (Italian for "voice") appear inside an earlike ellipse, and the letters ABCD, a prototypical poem, are clinched in the artist's teeth. The tickets to the Kaiserjubilee in his hat indicate the empty formalities of the social milieu in which he functioned, while the intentionally provocative gynecological diagram alludes to the organic necessity of his art.

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