1960's Rauschenberg

Neo Dada Robert Rauschenberg, Windward, 1963 Oil and silkscreen ink on canvas, 244 x 178 cm.

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10 Neo Dada Art Pieces that Influenced and Shaped This Groundbreaking Art Movement

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10 Neo Dada Art Pieces that Influenced and Shaped This Groundbreaking Art Movement

old Japanese artist Ushio Shinohara is featured in the Sundance documentary film "Cutie and the Boxer.

Robert Rauschenberg// In this image he uses a collage of images including photographs and paper/fabric to build up layers. Something interesting about this is the composition, how it build up from the bottom, there are more layers further down the image. The red lines bring a sudden boldness, and jolt to the images.

Robert Rauschenberg, Bazaar, 1984 Intaglio print and lithograph on paper 1073 x 759 mm

Neo Dada [CD]

Neo Dada [CD]

Cover of "Neo Dada" album of Jono El Grande,

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10 Neo Dada Art Pieces that Influenced and Shaped This Groundbreaking Art Movement

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Neo-Dada applies to artists who favored usage of mass media and found objects - often within a performance - that constituted a rebellion against the art world of the 1950s.

Neo-Dada artists favored usage of mass media and found objects - often within a performance - that rebelled against the art world of the

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