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First International Dada Fair, Otto Burchard Gallery, Berlin 1920

First International Dada Fair, Otto Burchard Gallery, Berlin Art is Dead - Long live Tatlin’s New Machine Art.

André Breton at a Dadaist festival in Paris (March 27, 1920), wearing a sandwich board with text from Francis Picabia:  ...

André Breton at a Dada festival in Paris, March 27 1920 wearing a slogan by Francis Picabia: "In order to love something you need to have seen and heard it for a long time bunch of idiots.

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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

John Heartfield. 'Use photography as a weapon !' 1929

'Use photography as a weapon !

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

First International Dada Fair”, Berlin 1920 Raoul Hausmann and Hannah Höch in front of their works Photo: Robert Sennecke © expired

Tristan Tzara was primarily the founder of Dadaism. A poet, this Romanian born French artist wrote the first Dada texts including Vingt-cinq poémes (1918; “Twenty-Five Poems”) – and the movement’s manifestos, Sept manifestes Dada (1924; “Seven Dada Manifestos”) He was a regular performer at ‘Cabaret Voltaire’ in Zurich.

DADA

The Dada art movement was intended to question and defy everything that art was perceived as at the time. “Dada is irony.” “Dada is politics.” “Dada will kick you in the behind,” exclaimed its …

Here the ur-DADAs (Tristan Tzara, Hugo Ball, Emmy Hennings, Jean Arp, Marcel Janco, Richard Huelsenbeck and others) experimented frenziedly, at first scandalizing audiences and eventually gaining worldwide momentum as an artistic force. By the mid-1920s, DADA retreated into relative obscurity because, as the DADAists themselves proclaimed, “DADA is nothing.” But the form never died and has been resurrected and riffed on by Todd Rundgren, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Julian Beck, Jerome Rothenberg…

Here the ur-DADAs (Tristan Tzara, Hugo Ball, Emmy Hennings, Jean Arp, Marcel Janco, Richard Huelsenbeck and others) experimented frenziedly, at first scandalizing audiences and eventually gaining worldwide momentum as an artistic force. By the mid-1920s, DADA retreated into relative obscurity because, as the DADAists themselves proclaimed, “DADA is nothing.” But the form never died and has been resurrected and riffed on by Todd Rundgren, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Julian Beck, Jerome Rothenberg…

George Grosz was born Georg Ehrenfried Groß in Berlin, Germany, the son of a pub owner. Description from cuisineillustrated.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

George Grosz (July 1893 – July was a German artist known especially for his savagely caricatural drawings of Berlin life in the

Hanna Hoch- c. 1920s collagist

1889 – was a German Dada artist. She is best known for her work of the Weimar period, when she was one of the originators of photomontage… Above ID card,

L’œil cacodylate de Francis Picabia,1921

theshipthatflew: “ Francis Picabia (French, The Cacodylic Eye (L’Oeil cacodylate), 1921 Oil with photomontage and collage on canvas, Centre Pompidou, via bildwerk ”

Emmy Hennings-A fixture at Zurich nightclub the Cabaret Voltaire (co-founded by her husband, leading Dadaist Hugo Ball) and the Galerie Dada — where she sang, recited her written works, danced, and performed with puppets — Emmy Hennings was publishing poetry in anarchist publications well before the days of Dada.

10 Female Dadaists You Should Know

Emmy Hennings was publishing poetry in anarchist publications Poet professor performance artist Crystal Hoffman writes a fascinating history on Emmy Hennings who remains largely absent from the Dada library

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