Le DADAISME :  Principaux artistes, thématiques, techniques utilisées... Dossier du Centre G. Pompidou sur ce mouvement.  (CLIQUER 2 fois sur l'image pour y accéder )

Le DADAISME : Principaux artistes, thématiques, techniques utilisées... Dossier du Centre G. Pompidou sur ce mouvement. (CLIQUER 2 fois sur l'image pour y accéder )

Raoul Hausmann (1886 - 1971)  Mechanischer Kopf (Der Geist unserer Zeit (L'esprit de notre temps), Tête mécanique) [1919]

Mechanischer Kopf

Raoul Hausmann (1886 - 1971) Mechanischer Kopf (Der Geist unserer Zeit (L'esprit de notre temps), Tête mécanique) [1919]

Raoul HAUSMANN. Der Kunstreporter (Kunstkritiker - Le Critique d'art), 1919-1920. Photomontage et collage avec encre de Chine et crayon sur poème-affiche, 31.8 x 25.4, Londres, Tate Gallery

Raoul HAUSMANN. Der Kunstreporter (Kunstkritiker - Le Critique d'art), 1919-1920. Photomontage et collage avec encre de Chine et crayon sur poème-affiche, 31.8 x 25.4, Londres, Tate Gallery

Raoul Hausmann Friends with Schwitters, Hausmann abandoned painting in 1923 and centred his work on photography. He invented an apparatus known as the Optophone, which turned kaleidoscopic forms into music. As well as sound poetry, Hausmann’s oeuvre contains photograms, rayograms and pictograms.

Raoul Hausmann Friends with Schwitters, Hausmann abandoned painting in 1923 and centred his work on photography. He invented an apparatus known as the Optophone, which turned kaleidoscopic forms into music. As well as sound poetry, Hausmann’s oeuvre contains photograms, rayograms and pictograms.

Hugo Ball reciting Karawane in a cubist costume at the Cabaret Voltaire, Zürich 1916

Hugo Ball reciting Karawane in a cubist costume at the Cabaret Voltaire, Zürich 1916


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The stack of coins that represent his spine show how he is lead by power and wants victory. It is what keeps him strong.

The stack of coins that represent his spine show how he is lead by power and wants victory. It is what keeps him strong.

Do not fear - he is a vegetarian - NOOK Collective - the scoop - The Common Thread: John Heartfield, Hannah Hoch

Do not fear - he is a vegetarian - NOOK Collective - the scoop - The Common Thread: John Heartfield, Hannah Hoch

‘John Heartfield (1891–1968) is the anglicized name of the German photomontage artist Helmut Herzfeld. Heartfield developed photomontage into a form of political and artistic expression. His photomontages satirising Adolf Hitler and the Nazis often subverted Nazi symbols such as the swastika in order to undermine their propaganda message.

‘John Heartfield (1891–1968) is the anglicized name of the German photomontage artist Helmut Herzfeld. Heartfield developed photomontage into a form of political and artistic expression. His photomontages satirising Adolf Hitler and the Nazis often subverted Nazi symbols such as the swastika in order to undermine their propaganda message.

John Heartfield     Dada Picture     c. 1923  Quite reminds me of the art style used by the band Franz Ferdinand in their video "Take Me Out"

John Heartfield Dada Picture c. 1923 Quite reminds me of the art style used by the band Franz Ferdinand in their video "Take Me Out"

John Heartfield. Collage.  Crador de un nuevo artr: el Fotomontaje y la imagen politica.  Colaborar-a en la revista AIZ y junto a su hermano fundan la editoril "Marlik".

John Heartfield. Collage. Crador de un nuevo artr: el Fotomontaje y la imagen politica. Colaborar-a en la revista AIZ y junto a su hermano fundan la editoril "Marlik".

The Extraordinary Anti-Nazi Photomontages of John Heartfield ~ Kuriositas

Classic Anti-Fascist Photomontages from the 1930s and 40s

The Extraordinary Anti-Nazi Photomontages of John Heartfield ~ Kuriositas

Propaganda and news papers influence people and how they act, and make them blind to what is happening.

Propaganda and news papers influence people and how they act, and make them blind to what is happening.

Raoul Hausmann and Hannah Höch at the opening of the First International Dada Fair held at the Otto Burchard Gallery, Berlin, June 30, 1920. Photo by Robert Sennecke

Raoul Hausmann and Hannah Höch at the opening of the First International Dada Fair held at the Otto Burchard Gallery, Berlin, June 30, 1920. Photo by Robert Sennecke

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