dadaglobe reconstructed

dadaglobe reconstructed Gallery

Kurt Schwitters | MoMA
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Francis Picabia | MoMA
In 1922, Francis Picabia wrote, “If you want to have clean ideas, change them like shirts.” 1 Throughout his audacious and inventive career, which spanned almost 50 years and encompassed painting, performance, poetry, publishing, and film, Picabia lived out that prescription.
Kurt Schwitters
Kurt Hermann Eduard Karl Julius Schwitters (20 June 1887 – 8 January 1948) was a German artist who was born in Hanover, Germany. Schwitters worked in several genres and media, including dadaism, constructivism, surrealism, poetry, sound, painting, sculpture, graphic design, typography, and what came to be known as installation art.

exhibition dadaglobe reconstructed graphic design

exhibition dadaglobe reconstructed graphic design

it u0026 39 s nice that

it u0026 39 s nice that

art

art

the dada ball rocked

the dada ball rocked

it u0026 39 s nice that

it u0026 39 s nice that

dada newsletter

dada newsletter

a world of its own

a world of its own

young architects program 2013

young architects program 2013

scenes for a new heritage

scenes for a new heritage

ernie gehr carnival of shadows

ernie gehr carnival of shadows

moma art lab people u2014 tony lee jr

moma art lab people u2014 tony lee jr

robert heinecken

robert heinecken

abstract expressionist new york

abstract expressionist new york

robert heinecken

robert heinecken

artist u0026 39 s choice vik muniz rebus

artist u0026 39 s choice vik muniz rebus

kraftwerk

kraftwerk

100 years of dada u2013 a year of highlights in zurich

100 years of dada u2013 a year of highlights in zurich

32 best dada images on pinterest

32 best dada images on pinterest

die sch u00f6nsten schweizer b u00fccher 2016

die sch u00f6nsten schweizer b u00fccher 2016