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Synonyms for dada

an informal term for a father

a nihilistic art movement (especially in painting) that flourished in Europe early in the 20th century

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Not surprisingly, then, Baroness Elsa: Gender, Dada and Everyday Modernity--A Cultural Biography includes just under one hundred pages of notes rich in detail and argument, a bibliography that runs to over thirty pages, and a detailed chronology.
confronted America with a lived dada that preceded the first dada experimentations in Zurich's Spiegelgasse.
In Gammel's biography we learn not only what prepared Elsa to serve as the embodiment of dada but the high price she paid for playing that part.
Gammel's central claim--building on the work of Amelia Jones--is that the Baroness was a proto-feminist, proto-performance artist who quite literally took dada to the street.
The Dadas are looking at creating a chain of black-owned gift shops.
Tunde Dada makes good selling African culture, from books to clothing
Six years ago, Tunde and Temi Dada left their native land of Nigeria to make a new home in the United States.
As you search forth for future subject headings and read without returning the book eliminates its future, a Dada function over the form.
For Andrei, Loy represents the chance of fusing poetries--"creolization" being "a Dada goal" (215)--from the Continent to contemporary American.
NOTHING: Tristan Tzara, the daddy of Dada, insists "Dada means nothing.
Dada has established itself as one of the most successful footwear and apparel companies in the United States.
Commenting on the deal, Juliette Harris, CEO, It Girl Public Relations added: "We are eager to expose the fashion trends and innovative formula behind Dada Supreme as well as the company's unique work with the community.