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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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La impresion mas decisiva en el diseno grafico fue la producida por Heartfield, junto con otros dadas alemanes, como George Grosz o Raoul Hausmann, Hannah Hoch y Baader.
La obra de Duchamp, no sin encerrar una burla y una provocacion consciente, al igual que el cartel, transvasa los circulos sociales artisticos y trasciende a la historia del arte como el icono que mejor define al movimiento artistico dada.
Dada comenzo como un movimiento anarquista de oposicion a los valores sociales imperantes y al absurdo de la Primera Guerra Mundial.
When she is dada she is the only one living anywhere who dresses dada, loves dada, lives dada.
Reiss's argument for a reassessment of the Baroness appeared in a collection of essays titled New York Dada and published in 1986.
Baroness Elsa: Gender, Dada and Everyday Modernity--A Cultural Biography has at least three significant strengths.
These books are part of a unique project, to be completed in a couple of years' time, which aims to examine all aspects of the Dada movement that flourished in the early twentieth century in Central, Western and Eastern Europe as well as in the US and in Japan.
Dada Zurich contains thirteen essays from contributors based in Germany, the US, and the UK.
So, in 1994, the Dadas bid $300,000 to buy a vacant bank located across the street from their store.
The Dadas are looking at creating a chain of black-owned gift shops.
Perhaps the epitome of Dada is the cheap postcard representing the Mona Lisa, onto which the same Marcel Duchamp drew in pencil a mustache and a beard, naming his new "work" L.
To the current art connoisseur, the name Dada cannot be submitted to a general definition.
ANATOMY: The Posthuman Dada Guide: tzara & lenin play chess updates and splinters the genre of anatomy (with a surreal Dr.
EERILY PERPLEX BOOKIE CYNTHIA": A line from author's SPAM box that exemplifies how consumerism makes us perfect receptors for Dada poetry.