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[[Image:Dada-Jok.jpg|thumb|258px|''Dada-Jok'' 1 (May 1922).]]
 
[[Image:Dada-Jok.jpg|thumb|258px|''Dada-Jok'' 1 (May 1922).]]
'''Dada-Jok''' was an anti Dada review printed in a response by [[Ljubomir Micic]] and [[Branko Ve Poljanski]] to [[Dragan Aleksić]]'s promotion of Dada in Zagreb, published in May 1922. The single issue betrays a close familiars set out parody. One could easily mistake it for a Dada journal. The articles in ''Dada-Jok'' are by Poljanski, Micic and his wife, Anuska, under the pseudonym 'Nina-Naj'. The images in particular resemble Dada works. ''Anti-Dada Zagreb'' for example, is a reproduction of a painting of people gathered in Zagreb's city square by tailor and self-taught artist Petar Bauk, to which the editors added the words 'Anti-Dada' and 'Zenit'. ''Dada-Jok'' also features two Dada-like collages by Poljanski: an 'anti-dada construction' featuring the words 'Dada', 'Dada-Jok', and 'Poljanski', and another that combines randomly chosen images with the word 'dada', 'I am a Dadaist', 'Are you a Dadaist?' and 'Every shoemaker (Schuster) is a Dadaist', written in German. [http://www.dada-companion.com/journals/per_dada-jok.php (Source)]
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'''Dada-Jok''' was an anti Dada review printed in a response by [[Ljubomir Micic]] and [[Branko Ve Poljanski]] to [[Dragan Aleksić]]'s promotion of Dada in Zagreb, published in May 1922. The single issue betrays a close familiars set out parody. One could easily mistake it for a Dada journal. The articles in ''Dada-Jok'' are by Poljanski, Micic and his wife, Anuska, under the pseudonym 'Nina-Naj'. The images in particular resemble Dada works. ''Anti-Dada Zagreb'' for example, is a reproduction of a painting of people gathered in Zagreb's city square by tailor and self-taught artist Petar Bauk, to which the editors added the words 'Anti-Dada' and 'Zenit'. ''Dada-Jok'' also features two Dada-like collages by Poljanski: an 'anti-dada construction' featuring the words 'Dada', 'Dada-Jok', and 'Poljanski', and another that combines randomly chosen images with the word 'dada', 'I am a Dadaist', 'Are you a Dadaist?' and 'Every shoemaker (Schuster) is a Dadaist', written in German. [http://web.archive.org/web/20190419232052/http://www.dada-companion.com/journals/per_dada-jok.php (Source)]
  
 
==Literature==
 
==Literature==
* Emily Hage, "Dada-Tank, Dada Jazz, Dada-Jok", in ''The Dada Reader: A Critical Anthology'', ed. Dawn Ades, London: Tate Publishing, pp 274-284.
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* Emily Hage, "Dada-Tank, Dada Jazz, Dada-Jok", in ''The Dada Reader: A Critical Anthology'', ed. Dawn Ades, London: Tate Publishing, 2006, pp 274-284.
 
* Tea Rogić Musa, [http://hrcak.srce.hr/file/162654‎ "Utopijski diskurs u književnoj avangardi: Svetokret i Dada-Jok Branka Ve Poljanskoga"], ''Studia lexicographica'' 4 (2010), pp 59-75. {{cr}}
 
* Tea Rogić Musa, [http://hrcak.srce.hr/file/162654‎ "Utopijski diskurs u književnoj avangardi: Svetokret i Dada-Jok Branka Ve Poljanskoga"], ''Studia lexicographica'' 4 (2010), pp 59-75. {{cr}}
 
* Darko Šimičić, "Strategije u borbi za novu umjetnost. Zenitizam i dada u srednjoeuropskom kontekstu", in ''[http://www.ipu.hr/uploads/documents/1687.pdf Moderna umjetnost u Hrvatskoj, 1898.-1975.]'', Zagreb: Institut za povijest umjetnosti, 2012, pp 40-65. {{cr}}
 
* Darko Šimičić, "Strategije u borbi za novu umjetnost. Zenitizam i dada u srednjoeuropskom kontekstu", in ''[http://www.ipu.hr/uploads/documents/1687.pdf Moderna umjetnost u Hrvatskoj, 1898.-1975.]'', Zagreb: Institut za povijest umjetnosti, 2012, pp 40-65. {{cr}}
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==Links==
 
==Links==
 
* [http://www.horetzky.net/en/zenit-reprint/51-reprint-casopisa-zenit-svetokret-dada-tank-dada-jok-dada-jazz- Reprint], 2008. [http://www.bibliofil.hr/proizvod.aspx?p=3197&c=5]
 
* [http://www.horetzky.net/en/zenit-reprint/51-reprint-casopisa-zenit-svetokret-dada-tank-dada-jok-dada-jazz- Reprint], 2008. [http://www.bibliofil.hr/proizvod.aspx?p=3197&c=5]
* [http://www.dada-companion.com/journals/per_dada-jok.php Dada-Jok in Dada Companion]
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* [http://web.archive.org/web/20190419232052/http://www.dada-companion.com/journals/per_dada-jok.php Dada-Jok in Dada Companion]
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:44, 15 November 2019

Dada-Jok 1 (May 1922).

Dada-Jok was an anti Dada review printed in a response by Ljubomir Micic and Branko Ve Poljanski to Dragan Aleksić's promotion of Dada in Zagreb, published in May 1922. The single issue betrays a close familiars set out parody. One could easily mistake it for a Dada journal. The articles in Dada-Jok are by Poljanski, Micic and his wife, Anuska, under the pseudonym 'Nina-Naj'. The images in particular resemble Dada works. Anti-Dada Zagreb for example, is a reproduction of a painting of people gathered in Zagreb's city square by tailor and self-taught artist Petar Bauk, to which the editors added the words 'Anti-Dada' and 'Zenit'. Dada-Jok also features two Dada-like collages by Poljanski: an 'anti-dada construction' featuring the words 'Dada', 'Dada-Jok', and 'Poljanski', and another that combines randomly chosen images with the word 'dada', 'I am a Dadaist', 'Are you a Dadaist?' and 'Every shoemaker (Schuster) is a Dadaist', written in German. (Source)

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Avant-garde and modernist magazines

Poesia (1905-09, 1920), Der Sturm (1910-32), Blast (1914-15), The Egoist (1914-19), The Little Review (1914-29), 291 (1915-16), MA (1916-25), De Stijl (1917-20, 1921-32), Dada (1917-21), Noi (1917-25), 391 (1917-24), Zenit (1921-26), Broom (1921-24), Veshch/Gegenstand/Objet (1922), Die Form (1922, 1925-35), Contimporanul (1922-32), Secession (1922-24), Klaxon (1922-23), Merz (1923-32), LEF (1923-25), G (1923-26), Irradiador (1923), Sovremennaya architektura (1926-30), Novyi LEF (1927-29), ReD (1927-31), Close Up (1927-33), transition (1927-38).