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391 was an arts and literary magazine created by Francis Picabia, published between 1917 and 1924 in Barcelona, Zurich and New York City.

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391 first appeared in January 1917 in Barcelona, published by {{Ill|Josep Dalmau i Rafel|ca}}, founder of Les Galeries Dalmau, and continued to be published until 1924.BOOK, Peter Brooker, Sascha Bru, Andrew Thacker, Christian Weikop, The Oxford Critical and Cultural History of Modernist Magazines: Europe 1880 - 1940,weblink 31 January 2015, 19 May 2013, Oxford University Press, 978-0-19-965958-6, 398, The magazine was created by the Dadaist Francis Picabia. Picabia produced the first four issues, which Dalmau published. He was assisted in assembling the magazine by Olga Sacharoff, a Georgian emigre residing in Barcelona.The title of the magazine derives from Alfred Stieglitz's New York periodical 291 (to which Picabia had contributed),BOOK, Aránzazu Ascunce Arenas, Barcelona and Madrid: Social Networks of the Avant-Garde,weblink 15 November 2014, 15 March 2012, Lexington Books, 978-1-61148-425-0, 116, and bore no relation to its contents. Despite Picabia's renown as an artist, it was mostly literary in content, with a wide-ranging aggressive tone, possibly influenced by Alfred Jarry and Guillaume Apollinaire. There were contributions by Man Ray and Marcel Duchamp. However 391 remained essentially the expression of the inventive, energetic and wealthy Picabia, who stated of it: "Every page must explode, whether through seriousness, profundity, turbulence, nausea, the new, the eternal, annihilating nonsense, enthusiasm for principles, or the way it is printed. Art must be unaesthetic in the extreme, useless and impossible to justify."Starting from its fifth issue the magazine was published in New York City. Its eighth issue was published in Zurich. Then the magazine was published in Paris until 1924 when its last issue, number 19, was distributed.

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References

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  • Richter, H. Dada: Art and Anti-Art (Thames and Hudson 1965)

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{{Francis Picabia}}{{Dada}}{{Authority control}}

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