Dada, emerging during World War I, was an avant-garde movement that rejected traditional artistic conventions. Founded by a group of artists including Tristan Tzara and Marcel Duchamp, Dada embraced chaos, irrationality, and absurdity. Through performances, manifestos, and readymades, Dadaists sought to subvert societal norms and criticize established institutions. The movement, short-lived but impactful, laid the groundwork for Surrealism and contributed to the evolution of conceptual art.

  1. Marcel Duchamp
  2. Tristan Tzara
  3. Hannah Höch
  4. Kurt Schwitters
  5. Max Ernst
  6. Man Ray
  7. Jean Arp
  8. Francis Picabia
  9. Raoul Hausmann
  10. Sophie Taeuber-Arp
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