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“Creative Dada” – Bedřich Václavek’s Eulogy on Walter Serner (Prague Dada Miscellany – Part Four)

Bedřich Václavek (1897-1943) was a Czech Marxist aesthetician, literary theorist and critic. In the 1920s, as a Devětsil member, he was an early advocate of poetism, with emphasis on proletarian art. In the 1930s, he was active as a spokesman for the Left Front movement where he developed his theory of socialist realism. During Nazi … Continue reading

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