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Neo-Dada

 Subject
Subject Source: Sackner Database

Found in 791 Collections and/or Records:

Curvd H&Z: Homage. No.207/Jun / Diter Broch., 1983

 Item
Identifier: CC-18387-18759
Scope and Contents

Also designated Coma Goats Press No.13; the work is stored with the Curvd H&Z material. The metal object is railway track debris. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1983

Curvd H&Z: Jazz. No.148/Aug / Lillian Necakov., 1982

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Identifier: CC-18259-18631
Scope and Contents

Also designated pomez a penny #86. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1982

DA (Composed with Boot on Keyboard) / Random, Steve., 2005

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Identifier: CC-49427-70472
Scope and Contents

This print is from the computer keyboard compositions series and is reminiscent of the pieces of Guy Cointet. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2005

Dabloidy / Idiots / Tishkov, Leonid., 2006

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Identifier: CC-60229-10003234
Scope and Contents

A cover blurb from The Cucago Tribune states " Tishkov is a moralist who seeks to teach through art instead of religion." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2006

Dactyloscopic Book For Milan Grygar / Kocman, J.H.., 1970

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Identifier: CC-59386-56758
Scope and Contents The fingerprints dedication to Milan Grygar is appropriate since he used the tapping of his fingers in his performance pieces. Milan Grygar was born in Zvolen, Slovakia in 1926. After graduating from the College of Applied Arts, Prague (where he studied under Professor Emil Filla) he concentrated on still lifes which evolved into colour compositions devoid of subject matter. In 1964 he produced a series of 64 black-and-white drawings using the principle of a linear sequence. Working in a fast rhythm, he could "hear" the drawing he was creating. From there, it was only a step to a discovery that was to define his future artistic career and bring him recognition. Grygar began tape recording the acoustic process of drawing. In 1965 he started to pursue the relationship between drawing and sound, and in 1966 exhibited his first acoustic drawings with accompanying tape recordings. These New Drawings led him to the direction known as the New Music, and were followed by large drawings and...
Dates: 1970

Dada in a Downtown Store Window / Fox, John Leslie II, editor ; Herms G., 1980

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Identifier: CC-11420-11636
Scope and Contents

Photographs taken of window installations and performances in the Laica Downtown window during Dadafest L.A. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1980

Dada in Japan: Japanische Avantgarde 1920-1970 / Ono Y., 1983

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Identifier: CC-14741-15054
Scope and Contents

Exhibition of works by and documentation of avant garde Japanese artists 1920-1970. Contains maps and diagrams that depict avant garde art in Japan in relation to world art movements. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1983

Dada Machine Fluxus / Bill Gaglione, aka Picasso Gaglione; Darlene Domel; M Bloch; K Buchholz; R Janssen; A Knowles., 2010

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Identifier: CC-51565-72664
Scope and Contents

This work documents a one night performance at the Stendhal Gallery NYC on April 15, 2010. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2010

Dada Machine Fluxus / Bill Gaglione, aka Picasso Gaglione; Darlene Domel; M Bloch; K Buchholz; R Janssen; A Knowles., 2010

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Identifier: CC-51565-72664
Scope and Contents

This work documents a one night performance at the Stendhal Gallery NYC on April 15, 2010. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2010

Dadazine. Fall., 1975

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Identifier: CC-16348-16698
Scope and Contents

This periodical was edited by Bill Gaglione. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1975

Dadazine. Special / Bill Gaglione, editor., 1975

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Identifier: CC-30347-31761
Scope and Contents

The cover states, "This is a special rubber stamp art issue of Dad(d)azine." The first page is stamped "Original." the subsequent pages are stamped "Duplicate." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1975