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

'Self-portrait' by German Dada artist Hannah Höch collage. via on art etc.: Audrey's comment: I think she was influenced by Picasso's African masks here .

Today would have been the 125th birthday of feminist Dada artist Hannah Höch — dubbed “art’s original punk” by The Guardian earlier this year. As the article points out, Höch was an unlikely additi...

10 Female Dadaists You Should Know

10 Female Dadaists You Should Know Today would have been the birthday of feminist Dada artist Hannah Höch — dubbed “art’s original punk” by The Guardian earlier this year. As the article points out, Höch was an unlikely additi.

The Dada movement claimed to be anti-art and had a strong negative and destructive element. Rejecting all tradition, they sought complete freedom. Dada quickly spread from Zurich to other European cities. Dada artists claimed to have invented photomontage.

The Dada movement claimed to be anti-art; it had a strong negative & destructive element. Rejecting all tradition, they sought complete freedom. Dada quickly spread from Zurich to other European cities. Dada artists claimed to have invented photomontage.

Hanna Höch "DaDa Dolls" 1916

Hanna Höch “DaDa Dolls” 1916

Hannah Höch, DaDa Dolls, 1916 I like it a lot because they are the most interesting dolls I've ever seen. It is clearly handmade. It is a successful montage mainly because it is hard to understand it and the lighting and colors are perfect.

German Girl, 1930 // Hannah Höch Hannah Höch was a German Dada artist. She is best known for her work of the Weimar period, when she was one of the originators of photomontage.

German Girl, 1930 Hannah Höch This photomontage is of a girl. With the left eye out of proportion completely it makes the photomontage look eery

Collectif DADA | Artists | Robillard Gallery

Collectif DADA | Artists | Robillard Gallery

DADA....Dadaism 1916-1923....the avant garde art movement which began in Europe and reached its heights in New York 1915. Artist Beatrice Wood is known as the "Mama of Dada".

DADA Dadaism the avant garde art movement which began in Europe and reached its heights in NY 1915 Artist Beatrice Wood is known as the Mama of Dada

Fountaine (Marcel Duchamp, 1917).

Perhaps the most famous and controversial Dada artwork of all was Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain. It consisted only of a urinal set on its back, but it raised a powerful question: “What exactly is worthy to be called art?

'Smokers' (1920-25) by German fashion photographer & Dada artist Erwin Blumenfeld (1897-1969). via NYT

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'Smokers' by German fashion photographer Dada artist Erwin Blumenfeld: This picture symbolizes Dadaism era, which was a time when art was influenced by an avant-garde feel with a lot of visual art and fashion becoming more abstract.

Hannah Hoch, Dada Artist

Hannah Hoch, Dada Artist Most influential woman in the movement with her Collages (a pioneer), and those Incredible Puppets ~

Raoul Hausmann  Austrian, 1886–1971  Ein bürgerliches Präcisionsgehirn ruft eine Weltbewegung hervor (A Bourgeois Precision Brain Incites World Movement) (later known as Dada siegt [Dada Triumphs]), 1920

Dada Siegt ( 1920 ) by Raoul Hausmann: Hausmann was one of the most prominent Dadaist photocollage artists

8 Forgotten Female Dada Artists Who Deserve To Be Remembered Meet the Mamas of Dada.

8 Forgotten Female Dada Artists Who Deserve To Be Remembered

8 Forgotten Female Dada Artists Who Deserve To Be Remembered Meet the Mamas of…

Reality Ayslum: Sophia Tauber-Arp was a Swiss artist, painter, sculptor, and dancer. She is considered one of the most important artists of geometric abstraction of the 20th century. In 1915, at an exhibition at the Tanner Gallery, she met the Dada artist Jean Arp, with whom she was to collaborate on numerous joint projects until her death in 1943. They married in 1922 and she changed her last name to Taeuber-Arp..

ideageneration: “ Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Composition of Circles and Semicircles, 1935 ”

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