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Okola - Kurt Schwitters, 1926....something like this would be cool with ticket stubs and sheet music with some pages of old books

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Kurt Schwitters (1887-1948) No Charge for Delivery, 1947

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leon-lucas: Kurt Schwitters - Picture of Spatial Growths - Picture with Two Small Dogs, 1920-39

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Kurt Schwitters,1887 - 1948, Collage and watercolor

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Kurt Schwitters collages – in pictures

Credit: © Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris/DACS 2012 En Morn, 1947. No material was considered unsuitable for art by Schwitters. His collages using magazine cuttings, found objects, sweet wrappers etc paved the way for pop art and arte povera

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1923 collage from the exhibition “Kurt Schwitters: Color and Collage” at the Princeton University Art

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Kurt Schwitter's Untitled mirror assemblage 1920-22.

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blastedheath: Kurt Schwitters (German, 1887-1948), Berlin, 1940. Paper collage on board, collage: 23 x 18 cm.; board: 30 x 20 cm.

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Kurt Schwitters (1887-1948) - 1922. Most of the works attempt to make coherent aesthetic sense of the world around Schwitters, using fragments of found objects

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Kurt Schwitters Relief

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Kurt Schwitters...collage king

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Kurt Schwitters

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transparentoctopus: Kurt Schwitters 1921

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Kurt Schwitters, Merzz. 53. Red Bonbon. (Merzz. 53. rotes bonbon.), 19120, Paper collage, thread, and glue on cardboard, 16.1 x 11.9 cm

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Kurt Schwitters. Kurt Schwitters 1887-1948. German painter, sculptor, typographer and writer. Often called 'father of collage'. Influenced by Expressionism and Cubism 1917-18. In 1918 created his own form of Dada in Hanover called 'Merz', using rubbish materials such as labels, bus tickets and bits of broken wood in his collages and constructions.

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Schwitters was forced to flee Germany when his work was condemned as ‘degenerate’ by Germany’s Nazi government and the show traces the impact of exile on his work

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Kurt Schwitters - Merzbau 1931.As a member of the Berlin Dada, He's interested in activating the space by reacting to where it is making an environment to the views.

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