Max Ernst, Jean (Hans) Arp. Bulletin D. 1919

Max Ernst, Jean (Hans) Arp

Bulletin D

1919

Medium
Letterpress and line block
Dimensions
Cover: 12 3/16 × 8 11/16" (31 × 22.1 cm)
Publisher
Max Ernst, Johannes Theodor Baargeld (Alfred Emanuel Ferdinand Gruenwald)
Printer
unknown
Edition
unknown
Credit
The Museum of Modern Art Library, New York
Object number
300331487
Copyright
© 2017 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris
Department
Library
This work is on view on Floor 2, in an Exhibitions Gallery, with 100 other works online.
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Jean (Hans) Arp has 66 works  online.
Max Ernst has 234 works  online.
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Outraged by the Cologne Dada group’s exclusion from exhibitions, Ernst and Johannes T. Baargeld used the single-issue journals they coedited, Bulletin D and Die Schammade, to publish Dada artworks, irreverent texts, wordplays, and scathing commentaries on the contemporary art establishment. The cover that Ernst and Jean (Hans) Arp created for Bulletin D (D for Dada) features an illogical arrangement of their enigmatic vignettes.

Gallery label from Max Ernst: Beyond Painting, September 23, 2017-January 1, 2018

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