Dada, Surrealism, & De Stijl Magazines

Posted on 2013/12/08


Dada, Surrealism, & De Stijl Magazines

291 (Edited by Alfred Stieglitz. New York, 1915-1916. 12 Numbers.)
391 (Edited by Francis Picabia. Barcelona, New York, Zurich, Paris, 1917-1924. 19 Numbers.)
Blindman (Ed. Henri-Pierre Roche, Beatrice Wood, and Marcel Duchamp. New York, 1917. 2 numbers)
Cabaret Voltaire (Edited by Hugo Ball. Zurich, 1916. 1 Number.)
Cannibale (Edited by Francis Picabia. Paris, 1920. 2 numbers.)
Le Coeur à barbe (Edited by Tristan Tzara. Paris, 1922. 1 Number.)
Dada Magazine (Edited by Tristan Tzara. Zurich, Paris, 1917-1921. 7 numbers.)
De Stijl Magazine (Edited by Theo van Doesburg. 1917-1931, 36 issues)
Der Dada (Edited by Raoul Hausmann, John Heartfield, and George Grosz. 1919-1920. 3 Numbers.)
Littérature (Edited by Louis Aragon, Andre Breton, and Philippe Soupault. Paris, 1919-1924. 20 numbers; new series, 13 numbers.)

Amelia Robertson, Series Coordinator

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