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The Artwork Caught by the Tail: Francis Picabia and Dada in Paris Paperback – Sep 3 2010


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Francis Picabia - much bigger Dadaist than I thought Feb. 17 2009
By James A. Woronow - Published on Amazon.com
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I would recommand this book to anyone fairly deep into Dada art. I had always considered Picabia a side note to the movement. After having read this book it is easy to see that this perception was a miscaluation of his influence. Though most bios over state the importance of the subject and their philosphy (this one seems to also but to a lesser extent)it is a very interesting exploration of Dada in Paris and its slow transformation into surrealism.
Picabia the artist, stage designer, ciematographer and general bon vinant are well storied.


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