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DADA....Dadaism 1916-1923....the avant garde art movement which began in Europe and reached its heights in New York 1915. Artist Beatrice Wood is known as the "Mama of Dada".

DADA Dadaism the avant garde art movement which began in Europe and reached its heights in NY 1915 Artist Beatrice Wood is known as the Mama of Dada

The Dada movement claimed to be anti-art and had a strong negative and destructive element. Rejecting all tradition, they sought complete freedom. Dada quickly spread from Zurich to other European cities. Dada artists claimed to have invented photomontage.

The Dada movement claimed to be anti-art; it had a strong negative & destructive element. Rejecting all tradition, they sought complete freedom. Dada quickly spread from Zurich to other European cities. Dada artists claimed to have invented photomontage.

Dada: inspiring for many reasons.  Great art or art movements can be the result of turbulence, trauma, and change.  Important to remember!

This letterpress print was designed from antique wood type for the National Gallery of Arts 2006 Dada Exhibition.

weeping words  ..black and white photography woman vintage dada-ism

Inspiring picture art, visual art, collage, black and white, collage art. Find the picture to your taste!

Fountaine (Marcel Duchamp, 1917).

Perhaps the most famous and controversial Dada artwork of all was Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain. It consisted only of a urinal set on its back, but it raised a powerful question: “What exactly is worthy to be called art?

---Walter Benjamin recognized the importance of Dada when he wrote in 'The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction' that when authenticity ceases to be an important part of making art, "the total function of art is reversed. Instead of being based on ritual it begins to be based on another practice, politics." ---Image:http://www.johnvalentino.com/Teaching/Art190/Projects/190Proj2/Dada.html

ABCD Self-portrait (deliberately random assemblage of newspaper clips and cutout letters) by Raoul Hausmann, 1923 Dadaism

Hannah Höch—one of the few women associated with the Dada movement and a pioneer of photomontage

Alan Magee, "Portrait of Hannah Höch," digital photomontage on dye sub paper, 10 x 8 inches. Hannah Hoch was one of the few women associated with the Dada movement and a pioneer of photomontage.

Marcel Duchamp's alteration of the Mona Lisa in 1919. Part of the Dada Movement.Smithsonian Magazine online, May 2006.

The ARTchemists - Marcel Duchamp, la peinture même : … Duchamp, du signe

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