What is Dada in Art

Francis Picabia, Réveil Matin (Alarm Clock), Dada 4–5, Number 5, 15 May 1919.

Dada was an art movement that began in Zurich, Switzerland, during World War I and peaked from 1916 to 1922.

It began in Switzerland with the Dada Manifesto before spreading around the world.

Artists associated with it believed they could challenge the root causes of the war by shocking society with absurd and disconcerting works…

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Visual artist. Writer. Civil engineer. https://regiaart.com https://linktr.ee/regiaart

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