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  • Du Da         Sally Alatalo        Periodicals / Out of Print Periodicals        $75.00
  • Du Da        Du Da, Sally Alatalo and editor        Periodicals / Out of Print Periodicals        $75.00
  • Du Da        Du Da, Sally Alatalo and editor        Periodicals / Out of Print Periodicals        $75.00
  • Du Da [laminated]        Sally Alatalo        Periodicals / Out of Print Periodicals        $50.00
  • Du Da        Du Da and Sally Alatalo        Periodicals / Out of Print Periodicals        $50.00
  • Du Da         Du Da and Sally Alatalo        Periodicals        $10.00
  • Du Da         Sally Alatalo        Periodicals / Out of Print Periodicals        $50.00
  • Du Da         Du Da and Sally Alatalo        Periodicals        $7.00
  • Walls paper        Sally Alatalo        Periodicals / Out of Print Periodicals        $35.00
  • Du Da        Sally Alatalo        Periodicals / Out of Print Periodicals        $50.00
  • Du Da        Sally Alatalo        Periodicals / Out of Print Periodicals        $7.00
  • Du Da        Sally Alatalo        Periodicals / Out of Print Periodicals        $75.00
  • Du Da        Sally Alatalo        Periodicals / Out of Print Periodicals        $25.00
  • Du Da        Sally Alatalo        Periodicals / Out of Print Periodicals        $35.00
  • Du Da        Sally Alatalo        Periodicals / Prints        $25.00
  • Du Da        Sally Alatalo        Periodicals / Out of Print Periodicals        $50.00
  • Du Da         Sally Alatalo        Periodicals / Out of Print Periodicals        $35.00

Sally Alatalo’s Du Da, at times throughout its life also titled Chicago Dada, DoDa, doo da, do dah, and Duz, was a (loosely) tri-quarterly publication which ran from the mid-1980s to early 1990s. Du Da was, in Alatalo’s words, “a place to play” for artists interested in book art or mail art. Issues usually included collaborative projects with (often pseudonymous) artists, and throughout its history the publication has explored experimental formats.

Last updated 5/22/2017
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