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World War 1: artists and intellectuals’ responses

World War 1: artists and intellectuals’ responses

World War 1: artists and intellectuals’ responses. Roberta Piazza. The Dreyfus Affair. Political scandal that divided France (1890s – beginning of 1900) Alfred Dreyfus, a Jewish Captain of artillery.

By admon
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What is a manifesto?

What is a manifesto?

By halia
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What is a manifesto?

What is a manifesto?

By cwen
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Modern Art & Music Movies & Radio

Modern Art & Music Movies & Radio

Modern Art & Music Movies & Radio. Objectives. Recognize the characteristics of modernism in architecture, art, and music. Trace the development and explain the significance of movies and radio between ca. 1900 and the 1930s. Modernism. rejection of old forms/values constant experimentation

By zoe
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Dadaism: Visual Absurdity

Dadaism: Visual Absurdity

Dadaism: Visual Absurdity. Marcel Duchamp (American, born France, 1887-1968). L.H.O.O.Q., 1919. "Dada is a state of mind... Dada is artistic free thinking... Dada gives itself to nothing... " -defined by André Breton.

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DADA DADA DADA. Giorgio de Chirico: Az óra enigmája, 1911. Giorgio de Chirico: Piazza d’Italia, 1913. Giorgio de Chirico: A nagy torony, Ariadné ébredése és a Végtelen nosztalgiája, 1913. Giorgio de Chirico: A filozófus kérdése, 1914. Giorgio de Chirico: Az átalakult álom, 1913.

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Dada

Dada

Dada. Zürich, 1916, Hugo Ball, Tristan Tzara, Hans Arp Berlin, 1918, Georg Grosz, John Heartfield New York, 1920s, Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray Dada Manifesto, 1916, Hugo Ball Dada Manifesto, 1918, Tristan Tzara. Dada Manifesto, 1918, Tristan Tzara. DADA DOES NOT MEAN ANYTHING

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Dada

Dada

Dada. Surrealism. Regionalism and Social Realism. American Abstraction.

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Dada

Dada

Dada begins, by most accounts, in 1916 in Zurich.It was a reaction against:The modern world with Its radical disruptions and transformations.The violence and waste of World War I.The notion of the artist as ?master\" of his medium.They insisted upon the use of the ?stuff\" of modern life, re

By loyal (206 views)

Dada

Dada

Dada . 1916-1922. Dada. Founded in Zurich in 1916 by a group of refugees from World War I. Dada artists felt the could no longer trust reason and the establishment. Their alternative was to overthrow all authority and cultivate absurdity. Arp .

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Dada

Dada

Dada.

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DADA

DADA

DADA. Anti-art. World War I: 1914-17 Dada: 1916. Berlin. Paris. New York. Zurich. Tristan Tzara. Hugo Ball at the Cabaret Voltaire. Man Ray Gift. Francis Picabia Portrait of C ézanne. Francis Picabia in Entr’acte. Marcel Duchamp: Fountain. Simultaneous poetry.

By kolton (317 views)

Dada…

Dada…

Dada…. Was it a movement? Was is considered art?. Dada. Dada was, officially, not a movement, its artists not artists and its art not art. That sounds easy enough, doesn't it? Of course, there is a bit more to the story of Dadaism than this simplistic explanation.

By amanda (280 views)

Dada

Dada

Dada. Dada.

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Dada

Dada

Dada. By: Comarty Williams http://www.visual-arts-cork.com/history-of-art/dada.htm.

By zlata (256 views)