The Photomontages of Hannah Hoch.
Works by Hannah Hoch. Text by Peter Boswell, Maria Makela, Carolyn Lanchner, and Kathy Halbreich.
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 1996. 224 pp., 110 color and 65 black-and-white illustrations, 8¾x11¾".

Hannah Hoch was perhaps the harshest Dadaist, creating menacing photomontages of industrial society gone wrong. Her works, like the rest of the group, collaged many disparate images together, departing wildly form reality, in order to shock the viewer into a closer relation with reality itself. She was a tremendous influence on later Surrealist and Feminist artists. This fine monograph--the only one available--accompanies the Walker Art Center's retrospective, and presents a wide range of this vital artist's work.

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