Dadaism

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a drawing of a woman with her arms behind her head, standing on top of a rock
Hannah Höch, The Artist Who Wanted 'to show the world today as an ant sees it and tomorrow as the moon sees it' - Flashbak
a collage of an image of a man's face
Dadaism: 10 Iconic Artworks From The Dada Art Movement
a book with an image of a man's face and the title dada
an advertisement for a tire company with a man holding a wrench in the air
Russian Dada 1914–1924
Russian Dada 1914–1924
a man standing on top of a chair in front of a wheel with the words the essential duchamp
National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea
The Essential Duchamp > National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea
an advertisement for dada's redefining art exhibition
RETROAVANGARDA
garadinervi: “ Takaaki Matsumoto Neo Dada Exhibition Poster, 1994 ”
a collage of an image of a man with his face painted like a clown
Dadaism: 10 Iconic Artworks From The Dada Art Movement
a poster with the words wat is dada? and question marks in black on white
Scrapbook di Amos Poe: Photo
a poster with the words happy dad day written on it
Dada Day, A Comic That Celebrates the Art of Childish Nonsense
Dada Day. Grant Snider created this comic for his ongoing “Who Needs Art?” series. Dada was an early 20th-century art movement that began as a reaction to the culture and traditions of the time, radically rebuking a society they felt was responsible for World War I. The Dadaists created with anger, humour, and immediacy. Common Dada mediums included collage, found objects, assemblages, and ridiculously terrible poetry.
a man sitting on the side of a building with graffiti written on it's wall
Architecture of Doom
an old man standing in front of a spinning wheel holding a pipe and looking at the camera
Schiaparelli
an old fashioned spinning wheel on top of a wooden stool with a black and white background
Marcel Duchamp. Bicycle Wheel. New York, 1951 (third version, after lost original of 1913) | MoMA
Marcel Duchamp. Bicycle Wheel. New York, 1951 (third version, after lost…