One of the great pianists of the twentieth century, Alfred Brendel may have ended his concert career but he is still writing brilliantly about literature, music, and art. Here he reviews six exhibitions about the Dadaists.
Dada was not a fashion, a style, or a doctrine. It was more than a footnote to cultural history. We can better understand it as a condition, a spirit, a productive state of mind that has remained alive.
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