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Image List

Figure 1. Pendleton, Adam. Black Dada (LK/LC/AA) 2008-09. Silkscreen on canvas,


two panels. 121.9 x 192.7 cm. MOMA Online. Web. 1. Feb.2019.

Figure 2. Pendleton, Adam. Black Dada (A-A), 2008-2009, Silkscreen on canvas,


two panels, 121.9 x 192.7cm. MOMA Online. Web. 1. Feb. 2019.

Figure 3. Installation View. Rainer Wolfsberger. 2016. Berlinische Galerie, Berlin.


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Figure 4. Male figure. Iefem. Bangwa. Grassfields. Cameron. Early 20 th century.


Wood. Ex Han Coray. Museum Rietberg, Zurich. Burmeister, Ralf and Oberhofer
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Figure 5. Janco, Marcel. Draft for poster announcing the Dada event Le Chant
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Figure 8. Pendleton, Adam, Black Dada Reader. 2017. London. Koenig Books. Print.

Figure 9. Pendleton, Adam, Black Dada Reader. 2017. London. Koenig Books. Print.