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Dada Presentism: An Essay on Art and History - Maria Stavrinaki


Rather than exploring the Dada movement from the usual perspective of its strategies of shock and opposition, this book gives us a new picture of Dada art and writings as a lucid reflection on history



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Dada Presentism: An Essay on Art and History - Maria Stavrinaki


Rather than exploring the Dada movement from the usual perspective of its strategies of shock and opposition, this book gives us a new picture of Dada art and writings as a lucid reflection on history