new york dada
- In 1921 Duchamp and Man Ray produced the large, glossy single issue of New York Dada, whose chief glory is its cover, the minute multiple repetition of its title upside down surrounding Duchamp's altered readymade, the perfume bottle Belle Haleine: eau de voilette, with his portrait as Rrose Selavy on the label. A 'letter of authorization' from Tristan Tzara was printed inside, in response to a letter from Gabrielle Buffet to the Dada impressario now stationed in Paris.
- TEXT CREDITS
Dawn Ades, 'The Blind Man and New York Dada', in The Dada Reader. A Critical Anthology / edited by Dawn Ades (Tate Publishing : London 2006) 146]
N° 1 (April 1921) [Collection New York Public Library]
- New York Dada
N° 1 (April 1921). Single issue
Edited by Marcel Duchamp and Man Ray; published in New York
37.5 × 25.5 cm
- Tristan Tzara.
- [printed] Reprinted in 'Dada americano', in Arturo Schwarz (ed.), Documenti e periodici Dada / a cura di Arturo Schwarz. Collezione di ristampe anastatiche diretta da Massimo Carra e Giorgio de Marchis (Gabriele Mazzotta : Milano 1970). The reprint includes Blindman 1-2, New York Dada, Watch Your Step, The Ridgefield Gazook and Rongwrong.
- [anthology] 'The Blind Man and New York Dada', in The Dada Reader. A Critical Anthology / edited by Dawn Ades (Tate Publishing : London 2006) 145-160.
- Séverine Gossart
'New York Dada', in Dada (Éditions du Centre Pompidou : Paris 2005) 756-7591.
- Emily Hage
New York and European Dada Art Journals, 1916-1926: International Venues of Exchange (S.l. : s.n. 2005) 295-301.
- David Hopkins
'Proto-Dada. The New York connection: The Ridgefield Gazook (1915), The Blind Man (1917), Rongwrong (1917), 391 (1917), TNT (1919), New York Dada (1921)', in The Oxford Critical and Cultural History of Modernist Magazines. Volume III: Europe 1880 - 1940 / edited by Peter Brooker, Sascha Bru, Andrew Thacker, and Christian Weikop (Oxford University Press : Oxford etc. forthcoming).