Kurt schwitters gedicht 28. Anna Blume: Dichtungen 2019-11-24

Der Sturm

Kurt schwitters gedicht 28

By continuing to use our sites and applications, you agree to our use of cookies. Steinitz' HaischHaischHaischaaaa Ha -- Haischaaaaaa It's no joke -- my sneezing poem -- but a simple notation of the bane of my life every winter and spring, even -- haisch -- high summer but as Momma always told me It's no use snivelling over what can't be helped so I made friends with good Doctor Steinitz -- a cultured man for Hannover -- who distributes pills from his parlour and each month holds chamber concerts in his drawing room with Katie, his wife, who one winter between the croup and flu convinced me to write an opera with her. Kurt Schwitters, 15 Stempelzeichnungen und 15 Gedichte mit einer Einleitung, 1920. After a confrontation with the Gestapo, the artist fled the Nazi regime to Norway in 1937, later settling in the England. Emma Chambers, curator of the Tate Britain show, says he referred to string as an analogous line and cotton wool as softness in the formal composition of his work. Always I have gone on painting as condemned men the night before the gallows play poker in their cells.

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Der Sturm

Kurt schwitters gedicht 28

What colour is the screw? Late 1919 Publication of the book Anna Blume. You will fill out these forms please. Sick in bed all day I sip tea while the neighbour girl holds the cup to my lips. Shudders, the world-heart; shatters, the glass in the frame. You understand, failure to report will mean.

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Mail Art Projects: Kurt Schwitters

Kurt schwitters gedicht 28

Like me, he saw the future as some kind of socialism and dreaded it, though my mother thought the party another church giving food to the poor. Now Plato explodes like a fat balloon, today steps into eternity, the thing and the picture touch in the kind of dream where the more you pour the more the bottle holds. You your thee thine, I your, you mine. You speak Norwegian very well. But only if you touch it -- take hold! Herbst 1918 Meets Hans Arp, Raoul Hausmann and Hannah Höch in Berlin. September 1939: I ached when you left, couldn't sleep.

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Colin Morton: The Merzbook: Kurt Schwitters Poems

Kurt schwitters gedicht 28

No part of this book may be reproduced or translated in any form by any means, except for brief passages quoted by a reviewer, without written permission of the publisher. The iron works stoked up its engines though the machinists only stood and talked so at noon when the great revolution arrived in a car full of sailors waving red flags the steam whistles blasted a welcome far louder than the cathedral bells. Taking me for a Romanian, the waiter asks to see the art in my case. The day of his stroke he rode the bus to Cylinders, where he broke the ice crust on the pail, mixed plaster with stiff cold hands and for a few dim hours he peered at the stone wall he had chosen to bear his last images -- paint, stone, plaster, a coil of string, a broken wheel, an empty can, a branch, and from above, a column of light. Kurt Schwitters and the The Hatton Gallery is home to the Merzbarn Wall. Who are you, uncounted woman? Unfortunately, such noses also have a downside: they allow you to smell people's true thoughts, and those who compliment him most smell the worst. And I had no portfolio then, only wandered into galleries eyes wide open, piercing no one -- till that last day.

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Kuwitter Die künstlerische Reise des Kurt Schwitters by Antonia Hoffmann on Prezi

Kurt schwitters gedicht 28

You are a spy, perhaps. Schwitters was included in the exhibition Abstrakte und surrealistische Malerei und Plastik at the Kunsthaus Zurich in 1929. Kurt follows him into exile in Norway. The umbrellas do, however, have to take an exam. That's how a schoolboy teases his sweetheart, not satire at all; and in this age so we dadas proclaimed art must be savage -- a frontal attack! Not one abstract could I have drawn without years of study -- snowflakes, crystals, tree roots, sand dunes, fibrillations of mould on bread. March 1938: The new Merzbau's shell is complete, straddling the hillside with door above and a window looking homeward.

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Kuwitter Die künstlerische Reise des Kurt Schwitters by Antonia Hoffmann on Prezi

Kurt schwitters gedicht 28

Don't listen to people, seems to be the moral of the story. To be a critic one has to be born to it. These various found materials, seemingly whimsical and casual, are transformed into formal artistic elements by their arrangement according to Cubist principles. That will be my trip to Hannover for this year. Then, raising his head, he stood up in the midst of the rubbish, a new Gargantua, twisting and dancing in the whirl of papers. Do this for me please -- go to the zoo and feed the deer, thinking of me. Critics do not have to give up their umbrellas when they go to an art exhibition.

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Mail Art Projects: Kurt Schwitters

Kurt schwitters gedicht 28

How they tinge the flames green. The author thanks the Canada Council for support in writing this book. Began in 1923 to build fantastic Merz constructions in his house in Hanover the first 'Merzbau'. After the war, the artist moved to Berlin where he came into contact with , , and. August 1911 Represented for the first time in an exhibition contributes four still-lifes and the portrait of his mother to a show at the Hanover Kunstverein. Next day I take a razor blade and cut up the unfinished canvas, slide the parts about and paste them into place. Studied at the School of Arts and Crafts in Hanover 1908-9 and at Dresden Academy 1909-14.

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Kuwitter Die künstlerische Reise des Kurt Schwitters by Antonia Hoffmann on Prezi

Kurt schwitters gedicht 28

Now, at last, a campaign is to be launched to raise money for the world's first memorial to the artists driven into exile by the Nazis. Derided and abused, Germany's Modernists suffered public scorn and ridicule because their idea of art did not fit with Adolf Hitler's manic hatred of anything considered un-Aryan. Fled to England in 1940, spent seventeen months in internment camps, then lived 1941-5 in London. Oh the Nazis are doing wonders, don't mistake me, but about Kurt Schwitters I think they're wrong. Wie man mit der Radiernadel philosophiert, 1919.

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