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der zeltweg

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    In November 1919 the single issue of Der Zeltweg was published by 'Verlag Mouvement Dada', edited by Otto Flake, Walter Serner and Tristan Tzara. The publication took its titlefrom the Dada administration address in Zurich: Zeltweg 83 (Hans Arp). In both French and German, it included texts by Richard Huelsenbeck, now in Berlin, Tzara, Hans Arp and Serner. Walter Serner joined the group towards the end of 1916, and published his own review, Sirius, was the author of some of the most nihilistic Dada texts and manifestos.
  • During the preparation of Dada No. 4/5 Julius Heuberger was arrested and sent to prison. Der Zeltweg was published 6 months after Dada No. 4/5 and is easily seen as a camouflaged Dada No. 6.
  • TEXT CREDITS
    Dawn Ades, 'Cabaret Voltaire, Dada and Der Zeltweg', in The Dada reader. A critical anthology / edited by Dawn Ades (Tate Publishing : London 2006) 16-19
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  • DESCRIPTION
  • Der Zeltweg
    N° 1 (28 November 1919). Only one issue published
    Edited by Otto Flake, Walter Serner and Tristan Tzara
    Published by Verlag Mouvement Dada, Zürich and printed by Sparmersche Buchdruckerei in Leipzig
    32 pp. : 16 illus. ; 28 × 19 cm
  • An extensive bibliographic description and contents of selected numbers can be found in Hans Bolliger a.o. (Hrsg.), Dada in Zürich. Sammlungsheft 11 Kunsthaus Zürich (Arche Verlag : Zürich 1994) 236-239 [catalogue numbers 99-102]. See also Datenbank des deutschsprachigen Anarchismus - DadA.
  • contributors
  • Hans Arp, Otto Flake, Richard Huelsenbeck, Hans Richter, Kurt Schwitters, Arthur Segal, Walter Serner, Tristan Tzara, Alfred Vagts; illustrations by Hans Arp, J. Baumann, Viking Eggeling, Augusto Giacometti, W. Helbig, Marcel Janco, Oscar Lüthy, Christian Schad, Kurt Schwitters, Arthur Segal, Sophie Taeuber and Mary Wigman.
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  • FACSIMILES/REPRINTS
  • [printed] Reprinted in 'Dada Svizzero', in Documenti e periodici Dada / a cura di Arturo Schwarz. Collezione di ristampe anastatiche diretta da Massimo Carra e Giorgio de Marchis (G. Mazzotta : Milano 1970). Includes reprints of Cabaret Voltaire, Bulletin Dada, Der Zeltweg, Dada 1-3, Anthologie Dada.
  • [printed] Reprinted in Dada-Zeitschriften-Reprint (Edition Nautilus : Hamburg 1978). Includes Prospekt des Verlags freie Straße [Club Dada], Der Zeltweg Verlag Mouvement Dada, Cabaret Voltaire, Bulletin D, Der Dada, Der Dada Nr. 2, Der Dada 3 Malik Verlag, Dada Sinn der Welt, Dadameter [= die Schammade], Calendrier 20. Reprinted without the covers.
  • [printed] Reprinted in Dada Zurich Paris 1916-1922 / ed. Michel Giroud. Collection des réimpressions des revues d'avant-garde du XXème siècle (Éditions Jean Michel Place : Paris 1981). Includes Cabaret Voltaire, Der Zeltweg, Dada, Dada 2, Dada 3, Dada 4-5, Dada 6 Bulletin Dada, Dadaphone (Nr. 7), and Le coeur à barbe.
  • [anthology] Dawn Ades, 'Cabaret Voltaire, Dada and Der Zeltweg', in The Dada reader. A critical anthology / edited by Dawn Ades (Tate Publishing : London 2006) 16-68.
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  • SECONDARY LITERATURE
  • Dawn Ades
    'Cabaret Voltaire, Dada and Der Zeltweg', in The Dada reader. A critical anthology / edited by Dawn Ades (Tate Publishing : London 2006) 16-19.
  • Debbie Lewer
    'The avant-garde in Swiss exile 1914-20: Der Mistral (1915), Sirius (1915-16), Cabaret Voltaire (1916), Dada (1917-19), 391 (No. 8, 1918), Der Zeltweg (1919), Almanach der Freien Zeitung (1918)', 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. 2013).
  • Didier Schulmann
    'Der Zeltweg', in Dada (Éditions du Centre Pompidou : Paris 2005) 984-985.
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