Señor K.'s original Epic/Full Moon Records publicity photo, circa late 1978.
Not Tonio K. Nick vanMaarth with his father’s .38. Happily–or not–he never pulled the trigger. He never explained what had happened, either.
Marcel Duchamp's famous "Fountain," scandal of the 1917 New York Armory art exhibit.
Foodchain-era photo by the late-great David Garr. You could look him up.
Dada tribute pose for cover of Amerika, with a nod to Trout Mask Replica. Photographed and art-directed by Dorothy White, Steely Dan’s “Dot of Hollywood.”
Co-founder of Zurich Dada, Hugo Ball, Cabaret Voltaire, 1916.
La Bomba-era Capitol Records publicity photo.
Kurt Schwitters, Mr. K's favorite Dadist (tho' too strange to be allowed into the official group). Futt, Futt, Futt, ya'll.
Chris Cafaro photo for What?/A&M circa 1986
Man Ray's "Prenda," circa 1921.
One of Señor K's favorite photos. His only regret is that he's in it. Taken by Linda K. 1988.
Another of Duchamp's "readymades," from 1913.
The Family "K" Clockwise from top left: Franz Kafka, Elli Kafka, K., Valli Kafka.
Too strange to explain; see Robert Motherwell's The Dada Painters and Poets
Duchamp's early 20th century version of What's-his-name's famous What's-her-Name
The actual Rake's Progress. From the William Hogarth series, circa 1735.
Play us a tune, then, lads.
As the Boy Scouts say: Be prepared.