Never Say Nada to Dada


In 1920, Tristan Tzara put out a call to his fellow artists to contribute to an anthology to be called Dadaglobe. Many submitted but the book never happened. But fear not—the Museum of Modern Art in New York has put on a show of the pieces for the book that never was, in an exhibit called Dadaglobe Reconstructed.

David lives in central Ohio and works for a sports newspaper. He is a regular contributor to Nervous Breakdown and Andrei Codrescu's Exquisite Corpse. More from this author →