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Raoul Hausmann (Austrian, Vienna 1886–1971 Limoges) | ABCD, 1920s | As a founder of the Berlin incarnation of Dada, Hausmann searched for a vital, disruptive, and realistic art, piecing together scraps of word and image—the detritus of the real world—to make symbolic and explosive new pictures. ABCD is a self-portrait.

Raoul Hausmann Dada/ Social Critique, Anti-Art, Shock Value, Irrationalism/ This image combine different parts in magazine or news paper to create an ugly man.

collage / photomontage by Raoul Hausmann

Fig Raoul Hausmann The Art Critic Lithograph and photographic collage on paper support: 318 x 254 mm Purchased ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2002

Raoul Hausmann, Carte postale à Tristan Tzara [postcard to Tristan Tzara], 3 mars (march) 1921, Berlinische Galerie, Landesmuseum für Moderne Kunst, Fotografie und Architektur, Berlin.

Raoul Hausmann, Carte postale à Tristan Tzara [postcard to Tristan Tzara], 3 mars (march) Berlinische Galerie,

Raoul Hausmann

Raoul Hausmann Elasticum 1920 Photomontage and collage with gouache on the cover of Erste Internationale Dada-Messe 12 x 14 inches x 37 cm)