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The Aftermath and the Aftermath's Aftermath of Dada in the Low Countries
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The Aftermath and the Aftermath's Aftermath of Dada in the Low Countries

(Lut Missinne) The Low Countries - 2004, № 12, pp. 302-304

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A critical review of a book about Dada in the Low Countries. The positive thing for the English-speaking reader who wishes to find out about Dadaism in Flanders and the Netherlands is that this story – much of the material for which is in Dutch, German and French – has now been made accessible in English, although the final result is a rather ‘messy' book. (Hubert F. van den Berg, The Import of Nothing. How Dada Came, Saw and Vanished in the Low Countries (1915-1929). (Crisis and the Arts. The History of Dada. Volume VII). Farmington Hills: G.K. Hall & Co, 2002).

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