How did it begin?
Zurich
1916
The DADA Manifesto
Tristan Tzara
The original Dada manifesto
Why Dada?
Hugo Ball & Cabaret Voltaire
Hugo Ball Cabaret Voltaire (1916)
Objects found by chance become art
Marcel Duchamp, «Fountain», an inverted urinal
Hans (Jean) Arp
Hans Arp, «Untitled (Collage with Squares Arranged
According to the Laws of Chance)»
Marcel Duchamp
Marcel Duchamp, «Bottle Dryer»
 Collage
 Photomontage
 Assemblage
 “Ready-
mades”
Dadaism Presentation
Dadaism Presentation
Dadaism Presentation
Dadaism Presentation
Dadaism Presentation
Dadaism Presentation
Dadaism Presentation
Dadaism Presentation
Dadaism Presentation
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Dadaism Presentation

  1. 1. How did it begin? Zurich 1916
  2. 2. The DADA Manifesto Tristan Tzara
  3. 3. The original Dada manifesto
  4. 4. Why Dada?
  5. 5. Hugo Ball & Cabaret Voltaire Hugo Ball Cabaret Voltaire (1916)
  6. 6. Objects found by chance become art Marcel Duchamp, «Fountain», an inverted urinal
  7. 7. Hans (Jean) Arp Hans Arp, «Untitled (Collage with Squares Arranged According to the Laws of Chance)»
  8. 8. Marcel Duchamp Marcel Duchamp, «Bottle Dryer»
  9. 9.  Collage  Photomontage
  10. 10.  Assemblage  “Ready- mades”

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