As one of the protagonists of the Berlin Dada movement, Hannah Höch railed against tradition and conservatism in 1920s Germany. Höch and such cohorts as George Grosz and Raoul Hausmann raised anarchic revolution through cutting photomontage, nonsensical performance, and biting visual satire. A singular and important work in the artist's oeuvre is the so-called "Sammelalbum," which she produced and pasted together from found imagery for her own pl...
By Hannah Höch
Hardcover: 132 pages
Publisher: Hatje Cantz; 1st edition (April 2, 2004)
Language: English, German
Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 0.8 x 12.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 3576208
Format: PDF Text djvu book
A must have for fans of Dada, Hannah Hoch, and the art of collecting found images. This book is like a time capsule and a glimpse into the creative process of one of my favorite artists.