March 1919 (Dance Issue); copy 2 of no. 3

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The avant-garde journal "Wendingen" was an important outlet for the discussion of contemporary arts in the Netherlands. Each issue was generally devoted to a single topic, ranging from architecture, dance, and technology to the art of Scandinavia, the Italian Primitives, and Bali. The journal's covers, created by different contemporary artists, had a great impact on the graphic arts of the era.

Illustrated: no. 11 (1921), cover design by El Lissitsky

Wendingen, Serial publication, illustrated, March 1919 (Dance Issue); copy 2 of no. 3

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