Body Sweats: The Uncensored Writings of Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven



it's phenomenal that after a hundred years her poems are finally published it's never too late well it's very exciting to have Elsa's poems published basically 100 years after she first arrived in New York and it's been a long project it's been an exciting project and we are very very happy that the book came together in this beautiful form well I'm very happy to be here tonight at this exhibition honoring the Dada queen of New York Baroness Elsa and a Rena Gamble's very fine work on her and the Naaman galleries proposing of the ongoing relevance of Dada to the world of art and there must have been something very brave we have to be courageous to be as crazy as she walks or stylized herself to be she was running around in bridge village with the flowerpot on their head as a kind of hat else's poetry has fascinated me ever since I found out who Elsa was parts I knew were breaking every barrier the poetry had established up to that point in time November day gold coal dust blew on poplars green metal death snow the very word penetrates the Baroness says in one of her poems for the Baroness the word had incredible power I have the power to affect to shock to transform to challenge to hurt and to create beauty art is shameless art is holy as she writes in a poem spaciousness very rarely does a book a body of work languish unpublished for 100 years and then become a book ever more rarely to employ this work over the past century the number of people had believed that the embarrass us upon title his poetry deserved to be collected and a few people try to make that happen but it was long to help even a camel and Samantha Lazo came along actually in Amman and Suzanne you had something significant to literary history on behalf of all the viewers who are about to discover the Baroness here tonight in New York I would like to borrow from the Baroness's worse result in st. pauli gushing ejaculating

3 thoughts on “Body Sweats: The Uncensored Writings of Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven

  1. I AM SO GLAD THAT HER POEMS WERE FINALLY PUBLISHED. WHAT FAITHFULNESS HER FRIENDS SHOWED HER, BY KEEPING THEM SAFE, ALL THAT TIME.

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