Kurt Schwitters

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colin-vian: “ Kurt Schwitters (1887-1948) No Charge for Delivery, 1947 ”

Dada and dadaism : Kurt Schwitters Merzbau installation

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bluishgreenish: “ Kurt Schwitters | Merzbau | 1923 (destroyed) ”

Plan of Love Artist: Kurt Schwitters (German, Hanover Kendal) Date: 1919 and 1923 Metropolitan Museum of Art Art Works, Modern Art, Kurt Schwitters, Photomontage, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Mail Art, Art Plan, Art, Abstract

Kurt Schwitters | Plan of Love | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Following World War I, Schwitters, who was associated with Dada, coined the term "Merz" to describe his enduring ambition to unify art and life. In Plan of Love, a Merzbild, or Merz picture, Schwitters combined seemingly worthless debris—advertisements, newspaper scraps, diagrams—into an ordered composition set within a handmade frame

DADAISM - an art movement created after WWI that was born out of the negative reactions of the war; collages like above were a very popular form of expression (Kurt Schwitters, Merzgurnfleck, (The Twenties, Thirties, and WWII) Kurt Schwitters, Mixed Media Collage, Photomontage, A Level Art, Art, Collage Artists, Collage Art, Art Movement, Abstract

Chapter 45; Dadaism; The meeting point of all contradictions

Kurt Schwitters

Pinc Kurt Schwitters (German, Hanover Kendal) Date: 1947 Medium: Cut… Kurt Schwitters, Abstract Expressionism, Graphic Artist, Collage, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Abstract Art, Art, Paper Art, Abstract Expressionist

Kurt Schwitters | Pinc | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Schwitters was associated with the "anti-art" Dada movement in Germany in the 1920s, though always maintained a sense of independence, christening his own work – which ranged from painting and collage to installation and writing – Merz