Schwitters


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 (shvĭt′ərz, -ərs), Kurt 1887-1948.
German artist best known for his work in the medium of collage and for his Merzbau series of installation art projects.

Schwitters

(German ˈʃvɪtərs)
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(Biography) Kurt (kʊrt). 1887–1948, German dadaist painter and poet, noted for his collages composed of discarded materials
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It reopened with a brilliant exhibition, Pioneers of Pop, which runs until January 20, and a better display of the famous Merz Barn installation of Kurt Schwitters.
Most important to many, the gal-lery's most famous exhibit, a wall of the Merz Barn by Kurt Schwitters, is now the central part of a permanent display explaining its significance.
delicately poised on a Basquiat or Schwitters, the colors
Im dritten Teil stehen Kurt Schwitters und Walter Benjamin im Vordergrund.
Trial proof for the portfolio Merz Mappe 3, 1923, Kurt Schwitters (1887-1948), lithograph and collage, 55.
Schwitters pertenecio a la vieja guardia dadaista con Tristan Tzara, Hugo Ball, Francis Picabia, Jean Arp y algunos otros.
An SVT employee for 34 years, Schwitters conducts product samplings, provides recipes, helps customers plan parties and is otherwise the banner's liaison to shoppers.
In his early twenties, he moved to New York City and joined the legendary Martha Jackson Gallery where participated in the landmark exhibition, New Forms, with Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, John Chamberlain, and Claus Oldenburg, as well as earlier masters, Dubuffet, Schwitters, and Arp.
Kurt Schwitters (1887-1948), for example, worked between the disciplines of fine art, poetry, performance, and graphic art.
On show are loans from public and private collections from the UK and abroad including works held by Tate and mima of artists from across Europe and North America - from Georges Braque, Kurt Schwitters, Wassily Kandinsky through to Sam Francis, Sandra Blow, Ben Nicholson, Alfred Wallis and Mark Rothko.
O primeiro e Kurt Schwitters, artista, performer, tipografo e poeta sonoro; o seu trabalho pioneiro com a voz e com a tipografia de estilo construtivista e de tal forma experimental e inovador que a construcao de um alfabeto fonetico nos parece natural.