Richard Huelsenbeck manuscripts and letters, 1949-1967.


Richard Huelsenbeck manuscripts and letters, 1949-1967.

Contains typescripts of original and reconstructed writings sent to Bernard Karpel from Huelsenbeck in preparation for publication of two monographs. Items include: typescript and 3 printed copies of "Dada Manifesto 1949," which was to have been published in Robert Motherwell's "The Dada painters and poets: an anthology" (1951); 3 photocopies of photographs, one of which was reproduced in the above book; a typescript translation in English, dated 1951, of "The Works of Hans Arp" originally published in "Dada" no. 3; and typescript reconstructions of both "Erklaerung, vorgetragen im Cabaret Voltaire, im Fruehjahr 1916" and "Dadarede, gehalten in der Galerie Neumann, Berlin, Kurfursten dam, am 18ten Februar 1918," and a photocopy of the Berliner Sezession program and invitation of April 12, 1918, which were published in "Dada: eine literarische Dokumentation" (1964).

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Huelsenbeck, Richard, 1892-1974 (person)

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Sidney Janis Gallery (corporateBody)

Art gallery; New York, N.Y. From the description of Sidney Janis Gallery exhibition catalogs, 1951-1998. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79768309 ...

Arp, Jean, 1887-1966 (person)

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