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DaDa Art. “not art”. Dada was, officially, not a movement, its artists not artists and its art not art Dada began in Zurich and became an international movement. Or “ non -movement” (1916 to 1922 ).

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dada art

DaDa Art

“not art”

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Dada was, officially, not a movement, its artists not artists and its art not art
  • Dada began in Zurich and became an international movement. Or “non-movement” (1916 to 1922 )
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Its purpose was to ridicule what its participants considered to be the meaninglessness of the modern world
  • They used any public forum they could find to (metaphorically) spit on nationalism, rationalism, materialism and any other -ism which they felt had contributed to a senseless war.
famous artworks
Famous artworks..
  • Alfred Stieglitz - fountain photograph.A few more artists.. Erwin BlumenfledJean Crotti Johannes Baader
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Dada was about not following any rules.
  • Dada was intended to provoke an emotional reaction from the viewer (typically shock or outrage).
  • Dada was calling anything or nothing art
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Abstraction and Expressionism were the main influences on DadaDada was directly responsible for Surrealism