Le DADAISME :  Principaux artistes, thématiques, techniques utilisées... Dossier du Centre G. Pompidou sur ce mouvement.  (CLIQUER 2 fois sur l'image pour y accéder )

Le DADAISME : Principaux artistes, thématiques, techniques utilisées... Dossier du Centre G. Pompidou sur ce mouvement. (CLIQUER 2 fois sur l'image pour y accéder )

Linder Sterling (Histoire des arts/ rupture et continuité/ thème de la “Femme- objet”)

Linder Sterling (Histoire des arts/ rupture et continuité/ thème de la “Femme- objet”)


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Hannah hock foto-montagem fundo geometrico, linhas diagonais com cores planas presença de elementos femininos desproporção das escalas

Hannah hock foto-montagem fundo geometrico, linhas diagonais com cores planas presença de elementos femininos desproporção das escalas

This picture is " Art Critic " made by German artist Raoul Hausmann. It is Dada art. It represnet the experimental art of Dada when it effected by world war. And the artist try to invade his thought to our mind...

This picture is " Art Critic " made by German artist Raoul Hausmann. It is Dada art. It represnet the experimental art of Dada when it effected by world war. And the artist try to invade his thought to our mind...

Raoul HAUSMANN. Tatlin lebt zu Hause, 1920. Photomontage et aquarelle, 41 x 28, Stockholm, Moderna Museet.

Raoul HAUSMANN. Tatlin lebt zu Hause, 1920. Photomontage et aquarelle, 41 x 28, Stockholm, Moderna Museet.

'Self-portrait' by German Dada artist Hannah Höch (1889-1978). Collage. via on art etc.:

'Self-portrait' by German Dada artist Hannah Höch (1889-1978). Collage. via on art etc.:

Hannah Hoch. Bought a set off postcards of her work from the Whitechapel gallery last weekend. Brilliant!

Hannah Hoch. Bought a set off postcards of her work from the Whitechapel gallery last weekend. Brilliant!

An international movement among European artists and writers between 1915 and 1922, characterised by a spirit of anarchic revolt. Dada revelled in absurdity, and emphasised the role of the unpredictable in artistic creation.It began in Zürich with the French poet Tristan Tzara thrusting a penknife into the pages of a dictionary to randomly find a name for the movement.

An international movement among European artists and writers between 1915 and 1922, characterised by a spirit of anarchic revolt. Dada revelled in absurdity, and emphasised the role of the unpredictable in artistic creation.It began in Zürich with the French poet Tristan Tzara thrusting a penknife into the pages of a dictionary to randomly find a name for the movement.

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