Christian Schad  (German, 1894-1982) 

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Christian Schad, Narcissus

 

Christian Schad
Narcissus
1927

Richard Nagy Ltd.
Christian Schad, Knutschloge (Séparées)

 

Christian Schad
Knutschloge (Séparées)
1929

Galerie Brockstedt
 

1894   Born in Miesbach, Bavaria, Germany
1913   At the Munich Art Academy he started out in Heinrich von Zügel's painting class but changed after a semester to Becker-Gundahl's class in drawing from the nude.
1915   Published "Sirius, eine Monatsschrift für Literatur and Kunst"
1915   Published a portfolio of ten woodcuts, "Christian Schad", at the Sirius press
1916   Christian Schad moved to Geneva to join the Dada movement
1919   Experimented with what he called Schadographs (photography without a camera or lenses)
1920   Abandoning Dada, Schad turned to painting his first realistic pictures
1942   Worked as a cultural critic and for the theatre
1982   Died in Stuttgart, Germany
1915   Munich Secession, Germany
1915   Kunstsalon Wolfsberg in Zurich, Switzerland