 it was an idea, a kind of “anti-art”, predicated
on nihilist (from the Latin word nihil, meaning
“nothing”).
 A protest...
The post-World War I cultural movement,
The political,
social and
cultural ideas
 Hugo Ball
 JeanArp
 Francis Picabia
 TristanTzara
 Marcel Duchamp
 Chance and Nonsense
 "Ready-Made" Objects
 Ephemera and Offense
 Irony
 Hans Arp
 Marcel Duchamp
 Francis Picabia
 Marx Ernst
 Man Ray
 Kurt Schwitters
Dada Movement
Max Ernst - At the Rendez-
vous of Friends 1922
Seated from left to right:
René Crevel, Max Ernst,
Dostoievs...
 Poet and Sculptor Jean
Arp / Hans Arp
(16 September 1886 –
7 June 1966) was a
German/French
sculptor, painter, poet
and ...
 (28 July 1887 – 2
October 1968) was a
French artist whose
work is most often
associated with the
Dadaist and Surrealist
...
 Francis Picabia (1879-
1953)
 The drawing Universal
Prostitution (1916–19)
and the painting
Amorous Procession
(1917) a...
 Max Ernst (1891-1976):
Painter, Sculptor, Graphic
Artist, Poet
 He founded a Dada group
in Cologne in 1919.
 “Art has ...
 Painter Photographer
Man Ray (August
27, 1890 – November
18, 1976),
 Born Emmanuel
Radnitzky, was an
American artist wh...
 Kurt Schwitters CollageArtist Kurt Hermann
Eduard Karl Julius Schwitters (20 June 1887 –
8 January 1948) was a German pa...
 PAINTINGS
 DRAWINGS
 COLLAGE
 SOUND
 READYMADES
 SCULPTURE
 VISUAL ARTS
 LITERATURE
 THEATRE
 PHOTOMONTAGE
 AS...
 PENCIL
 CRAYON
 PAPER
 READYMADES OR FOUND ARTS
 SCISSORS
 GLUE
 prefabricated objects like stuffed
animals, print...
 Photograph by Alfred Stieglitz
Francis Picabia,
L'Oeilcacodylate, 1921
Medium/Dimension:
148.6 x 117.
oil on canvas, with collaged
photographs, postcards...
Cut with the Dada Kitchen
Knife through the Last
Weimar Beer-Belly Cultural
Epoch in
Germany, 1919, collage of
pasted
pape...
Francis Picabia (French, 1879–
1953)"M'Amenez-y"
Date:1919-20
Medium:Oil on cardboard
Dimensions:
50 3/4 x 35 3/8" (129.2 ...
Johannes Baader (German,
1875–1955)
The Author of the Book "Fourteen
Letters of Christ" in His Home
Date:(1920)
Medium:
Cu...
George Grosz (American, 1893–
1959. Born and died in Germany)
Date:(1920)
Medium:
Watercolor, ink, pencil, and cut-and-
pa...
Sophie Taeuber-
Arp (Swiss, 1889–1943)
Dada Head
Date:1920
Medium: Painted wood
with glass beads on wire
Dimensions:9 1/4"...
Man Ray
(American, 1890–1976)
Indestructible Object (or
Object to Be Destroyed)
Date:
1964 Medium:
Metronome with cutout
p...
To be looked at with
one eye, Close to, for
almost an hour
Marcel Duchamp
Mediums
Oil paint
Silver leaf
Lead wire
Magnifyi...
Marcel Duchamp,
Fresh
Widow, 1920
Medium:
Miniature French window, painted
wood frame, and panes of glass
covered with bla...
The Dancer, 1928
By Jean Arp, 20 x 15 ½ in.
(50.8 x 39.4 cm.) Cord
Collage
A small head bulky torso with a
circle in the c...
Conversation II
, c. 1922
Francis Picabia
Watercolour and graphite
on paper
17 7/8 x 23 7/8 inches
45.4 x 60.6 cm)
Convers...
La Nuit
Espangnole,
c.1922
By: Francis
Picabia
Size
without border:
21 x 26.5 in
•23.5 x 31.5 in
Nude Descending a
Staircase, No. 2, 1912
By: Marcel Duchamp
Size
without border: 15 x 24.5 in
•24 x 30 in
Voliere, 1919
By: Man Ray
Size
without border: 12 x 16 in
•16 x 20 in
Ursachen Der Sonne,
1960
By: Max Ernst
Size
without border: 21.5 x 27 in
•27.5 x 35.5 in
Cut-and-pasted colored and
printed papers,
cloth, wood, metal, cork, oil,
pencil and ink on board
36 1/8 x 27 3/4 in.
(91....
King playing
with the Queen
Max Ernst
Bronze
38 ½ in. (97.8 cm.) high at the base of 18 ¾ x 20 ½ in. (47.7 x 52.1 cm.)
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  1. 1.  it was an idea, a kind of “anti-art”, predicated on nihilist (from the Latin word nihil, meaning “nothing”).  A protest against the bourgeois nationalist which many Dadaists believed was the root cause of the war.  An anti-Art for everything that art stood for  To represent the opposite
  2. 2. The post-World War I cultural movement, The political, social and cultural ideas
  3. 3.  Hugo Ball  JeanArp  Francis Picabia  TristanTzara  Marcel Duchamp
  4. 4.  Chance and Nonsense  "Ready-Made" Objects  Ephemera and Offense  Irony
  5. 5.  Hans Arp  Marcel Duchamp  Francis Picabia  Marx Ernst  Man Ray  Kurt Schwitters
  6. 6. Dada Movement Max Ernst - At the Rendez- vous of Friends 1922 Seated from left to right: René Crevel, Max Ernst, Dostoievsky, Théodore Fraenkel, Jean Paulhan, Benjamin Péret, Johannes Baargeld, Robert Desnos. Standing: Philippe Soupault, Jean Arp, Max Morise, Raphaël, Paul Éluard, Louis Aragon, André Breton, Giorgio de Chirico, Gala Éluard
  7. 7.  Poet and Sculptor Jean Arp / Hans Arp (16 September 1886 – 7 June 1966) was a German/French sculptor, painter, poet and a founding member of Dadaism.
  8. 8.  (28 July 1887 – 2 October 1968) was a French artist whose work is most often associated with the Dadaist and Surrealist movements.  Considered by some to be one of the most important artists of the 20th century,
  9. 9.  Francis Picabia (1879- 1953)  The drawing Universal Prostitution (1916–19) and the painting Amorous Procession (1917) are typical of his Dadaist phase.  Their association were successfully shocking satires of bourgeois values.
  10. 10.  Max Ernst (1891-1976): Painter, Sculptor, Graphic Artist, Poet  He founded a Dada group in Cologne in 1919.  “Art has nothing to do with taste. Art is not there to be tasted” --Max Ernst
  11. 11.  Painter Photographer Man Ray (August 27, 1890 – November 18, 1976),  Born Emmanuel Radnitzky, was an American artist who spent most of his career in Paris, France.  He was a significant contributor to both the Dada and Surrealist movements.
  12. 12.  Kurt Schwitters CollageArtist Kurt Hermann Eduard Karl Julius Schwitters (20 June 1887 – 8 January 1948) was a German painter who was born in Hanover, Germany.  Schwitters worked in several genres and media, including Dada, Surrealism, poetry, sound, painting, sculpture, graphic design, typography and what came to be known as installation art.
  13. 13.  PAINTINGS  DRAWINGS  COLLAGE  SOUND  READYMADES  SCULPTURE  VISUAL ARTS  LITERATURE  THEATRE  PHOTOMONTAGE  ASSEMBLAGE
  14. 14.  PENCIL  CRAYON  PAPER  READYMADES OR FOUND ARTS  SCISSORS  GLUE  prefabricated objects like stuffed animals, prints of old paintings or photographs and ticket stubs, and other artists caught on
  15. 15.  Photograph by Alfred Stieglitz
  16. 16. Francis Picabia, L'Oeilcacodylate, 1921 Medium/Dimension: 148.6 x 117. oil on canvas, with collaged photographs, postcards and other papers Meaning/Function: "Cacodylate" is an oily, slightly water-soluble, poisonous liquid compound composed of two chemical groups that has a vile, garlic- like odor and that undergoes spontaneous combustion in dry air. Eye of cacophanous dilation" with its Rabelaisian flatulence and eye-as- asshole
  17. 17. Cut with the Dada Kitchen Knife through the Last Weimar Beer-Belly Cultural Epoch in Germany, 1919, collage of pasted papers, 90×144 cm, National galerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin Hannah Hoch: Cut with the Kitchen Knife Dada through the Last Weimar Beer Belly Cultural Epoch of Germany, 1919-20, photomontage, 3'9 x 2'11
  18. 18. Francis Picabia (French, 1879– 1953)"M'Amenez-y" Date:1919-20 Medium:Oil on cardboard Dimensions: 50 3/4 x 35 3/8" (129.2 x 89.8 cm) This work delivers a barrage of puns, transforming the language of fine art into one far less refined. The inscription at the top, Portrait a l’huile de Ricin! (Portrait with castor oil), connects castor oil, a foul-smelling substance, with l’huile de lin (linseed oil), the binder used in oil paint.
  19. 19. Johannes Baader (German, 1875–1955) The Author of the Book "Fourteen Letters of Christ" in His Home Date:(1920) Medium: Cut-and-pasted gelatin silver prints, cut-and-pasted printed paper, and ink on book pages Dimensions: 8 1/2 x 5 3/4" (21.6 x 14.6 cm) June 18–September 11, 2006 In this photomontage, Baader presents a photograph of a domestic space in which various Dada ephemera hangs on the wall at upper left. A figure has been cut out of the center of the photograph to reveal the image of Baader's dummy exhibited at the Berlin Dada Fair in 1920. This work is, in fact, a sophisticated self-portrait of Baader in his persona as the "Oberdada," a parody of a high-ranking military figure (ex.Oberleutnant) of the Dada "troupes
  20. 20. George Grosz (American, 1893– 1959. Born and died in Germany) Date:(1920) Medium: Watercolor, ink, pencil, and cut-and- pasted printed paper on paper Dimensions: 16 1/2 x 12" (41.9 x 30.5 cm) June 18–September 11, 2006 The title refers to the artist’s close friend and collaborator John Heartfield, while the face is that of Grosz himself. The figure’s uniform and the drab, spartan surroundings suggest a sanatorium, where both artists spent time: Heartfield in 1915, after having feigned a nervous breakdown during his military service; and Grosz in 1917, after having suffered or simulated mental instability just one month after he was drafted. Pasted fragments of a postcard, including the words "Good luck in [your] new home," serve as a window for the tiny cell. Franz Jung, referred to in the title, was an expressionist writer and founding member of Club Dada.
  21. 21. Sophie Taeuber- Arp (Swiss, 1889–1943) Dada Head Date:1920 Medium: Painted wood with glass beads on wire Dimensions:9 1/4" high (23.5 cm) June 18–September 11, 2006 The artist referred to this turned-wood sculpture as a portrait, although it betrays no interest in naturalistic, physical resemblance. Instead, the design creates a masklike face that is reminiscent of Oceanic and Northwest Coast Indian artifacts.
  22. 22. Man Ray (American, 1890–1976) Indestructible Object (or Object to Be Destroyed) Date: 1964 Medium: Metronome with cutout photograph of eye on pendulum Dimensions: 8 7/8 x 4 3/8 x 4 5/8" (22.5 x 11 x 11.6 cm) Man Ray dated this work 1923, though it was transformed in 1932 when he substituted a photograph of the eye of Lee Miller—a photographer and the artist’s assistant, model, and lover—for the original eye he had use.
  23. 23. To be looked at with one eye, Close to, for almost an hour Marcel Duchamp Mediums Oil paint Silver leaf Lead wire Magnifying lens glass Overall height 22 in. (55.8 cm.) A pyramidal shape pointed on a glass surface is titled slightly by the weight of a circle.
  24. 24. Marcel Duchamp, Fresh Widow, 1920 Medium: Miniature French window, painted wood frame, and panes of glass covered with black leather Dimensions: 30 1/2 x 17 5/8" (77.5 x 44.8 cm), on wood sill 3/4 x 21 x 4" (1.9 x 53.4 x 10.2 cm) This is a small replica of a traditional French window.The glass panes are covered with black leather that Duchamp insisted "should be shined every day like shoes."With the inscription along the base, Duchamp turned an inanimate French window into an anthropomorphic "Fresh Widow," which was, he felt, "an obvious enough pun."
  25. 25. The Dancer, 1928 By Jean Arp, 20 x 15 ½ in. (50.8 x 39.4 cm.) Cord Collage A small head bulky torso with a circle in the center.The figure’s slight tilt, the position of the left leg, and the upward curve of the right leg create a convincing impression of forward motion.The dancer literally seems to kick up her heel,” which together with the flowing hair evoked by a single strand of string, convincing impression of forward motion and a feeling of movement through space
  26. 26. Conversation II , c. 1922 Francis Picabia Watercolour and graphite on paper 17 7/8 x 23 7/8 inches 45.4 x 60.6 cm) Conversation, made three years later, also links the measurable (the carefully delineated stripes) and the sensual (the nude female torsos).
  27. 27. La Nuit Espangnole, c.1922 By: Francis Picabia Size without border: 21 x 26.5 in •23.5 x 31.5 in
  28. 28. Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2, 1912 By: Marcel Duchamp Size without border: 15 x 24.5 in •24 x 30 in
  29. 29. Voliere, 1919 By: Man Ray Size without border: 12 x 16 in •16 x 20 in
  30. 30. Ursachen Der Sonne, 1960 By: Max Ernst Size without border: 21.5 x 27 in •27.5 x 35.5 in
  31. 31. Cut-and-pasted colored and printed papers, cloth, wood, metal, cork, oil, pencil and ink on board 36 1/8 x 27 3/4 in. (91.8 x 70.5 cm) The Museum of Modern Art, NewYork
  32. 32. King playing with the Queen Max Ernst Bronze 38 ½ in. (97.8 cm.) high at the base of 18 ¾ x 20 ½ in. (47.7 x 52.1 cm.)

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