Three Stories Kurt Schwitters bookThis book brings together three of Kurt Schwitters (1887-1948) short stories: The Idiot, The Landlady, The Story of the Flat and Round Painter, and the poem, London Symphony, all written in England during the 1940s.
Schwitters remains one of the most influential figures of the twentieth century avant-garde. He was a pioneer of installation art and the use of found materials, he coined the term 'Merz', to describe an art that attempted to "make connections... between everything in the world".
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