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Dada in Barcelona From left to right: Olga Sacharoff, Francis Picabia, Arthur Cravan and Sonia Delaunay. 5


Colony of exiled artists 1916-1917, Picabia friends, Top row Francis Picabia, Gabrielle Buffet Picabia, Albert Gleizes and Maximilien Gauthier. Middle row: Ricciotto Canudo and Serge Charchoune, botton row Artur Cravan and Marie Laurencin. 6


Barcelona, DADA before 1916 Recreation previous day (19 April 1912) the opening of the second exhibition of cubist art in the Hall of Modern Art Antiques Dalmau of Barcelona. From left to right : Josep Dalmau, Duchamp, Marie Laurencin and Juan Gris 7


Back row: J.V. Foix, J.M. Junoy, Joan Miró with a portrait of Pere Ynglada, painted by Modigliani Front row: Rafael Barradas, Salvat-Papasseit and Joaquín Torres Garcia. 8


Trotsky and Cravan on the ship Montserrat to New York, 1916 9


Picabia exhibition in the Dalmau Gallery in Barcelona, November 18, 1922. From left to right: AndrĂŠ Breton, Guillermo de Torre, Rafael Cansinos Assens, Jacques Edwards and Francis Picabia. 10


Armory Show, New York (February 17 to March 15, 1913). From left to right: Walt Kuhn, Arthur Bowen Davies, Alfred Stieglitz and Walter Pach. Artworks; Raymond Duchamp-Villon, La Maison Cubiste (Projet d'Hotel), Marcel Duchamp, Nude (Study), Sad Young Man on a Train, Albert Gleizes, l'Homme au Balcon, Marcel Duchamp, Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2 and Alexander Archipenko, La Vie Familiale. 11


Apartment of Arensberg (1915-1917) Back row: Charles Demuth, Pitts Sanborn and Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven. Front row: Edgard Varèse, Beatrice Wood, William Carlos Williams, Albert Gleizes, Elmer Ernst Southard, Francis Picabia, Charles Sheeler, Walter Conrad Arensberg and Marcel Duchamp. Right group: Morton Schamberg, Wallace Stevens, Joseph Stella, Carl Van Vechten, Mary Louise Arensberg, Henri-Pierre RochÊ, Arthur Cravan and Mina Loy.

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Hugo Ball plays piano. Marcel Janco, Richard Huelsenbeck and Tristan Tzara perform a simultaneous poem “L'amiral cherche une maison à louer”. 14


Dada circus: Costumes, dummies, puppets and other junk. From left to right, top: John Heartfield and Rudolf Schlichter. Prussian Archangel, 1920. Bottom, Sonia Delaunay, costume. Raoul Hausmann, Mechanischer Kop, 1919. Man Ray, Coat-stand, 1920. George Grosz and John Heartfield, Der wildgewordene Spiesser Heartfield. Elektro-mecanische Tatlin-Plastik and Sophie Taeuber Arp, puppet 5. Alfred Jarry, Ubu Roi, 1896, Hugo Ball, 1916, Johannes Baader Deutschlands Grรถsse und Untergang , 1920. 15


DADA DAMEN. Front row: Sonia Delaunay, Sophie Taeuber, Beatrice Wood, Florine Stettheimer, Hannh HĂśch, Clara Tice, Bronia Pelmutter, Mabel Dodge, Mina Loy, Kate Steinnitz, Juliette Roche, Suzane Duchamp, Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven, Katherine Dreier and Alice Bailly. Back row: CĂŠline Arnauld, Mary Wigman, Louise Norton, Katherine Rhoades, Germaine Everling, Toyen (Maria Cervinova), Gabrielle Buffet, Emmy Hennings and Nelly van Doesburg. 16


Emmy Hennings, Hugo Ball, Tristan Tzara, Hans Richter. Back row: Alvarez del Vayo

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Dada Berlin: From left to right: John Heartfield, Erwin Piscator, Wieland Herzfelde, Salomรณn Friedlaender (Mynona), Richard Huelsenbeck, Karl Nierendorf, Walter Mehring, George Grosz. 18


Congress of the Constructivists and Dadaists , September 1922. From left to right: Josef Albers, Hinnerk Scheper, Georg Muche, Lรกszlรณ Moholy-Nagy, Schwitters, Werner Graeff, Hans Richter, Nelly van Doesburg, Theo van Doesburg, Tristan Tzara, Hans Vogel, Peter Rรถhl, Sophie Taeuber, Hans Arp 19


Erste Internationale Dada-Messe, Berlin 1920, Front row: Kurt Schwitters and George Grosz 20


Aubette, Strasbourg (1926-1928), Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Hans Arp and Theo van Doesburg,

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El Lissitzky, Abstract Cabinet (1927). Lรกzar Mรกrkovich Lissitzky, Lรกszlรณ Moholy Nagy, Nelly and Theo van Doesburg. 22


Making a film Vormittagsspuk (Ghosts before breakfast), by Hans Richter, 1928. 23


The hyperinflation in the Weimar Republic, 1923

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George Grosz

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Marcel Duchamp, Katherine Dreier and Schwitters in Merzbau 26


PropaganDADA; Back row: two women, John Heartfield, front row: George Grosz, Richard Huelsenbeck, Raoul Hausmann and Johannes Baader. 27


John Heartfield and Marcel Duchamp 28


World War I veterans march on Berlin, May 1, 1919. George Grosz 29


DADAdance: George Grosz, Josephine Baker and Raoul Hausmann. Berlinische Galerie, Erste Internationale Dada -Messe, Berlin 1920, 30


Congress of Constructivists and Dadaists (Weimar 1922). From left to right: Kurt Schwitters, Hans Arp, Max Burchartz, Lotte Burchartz, Hans Richter, Nelly van Doesburg, Cornelis van Eesteren, Theo van Doesburg, Peter Rรถhl, Alexa Rรถhl, Werner Graeff, Georg Muche, Lรกszlรณ Moholy-Nagy, Herbert Bayer, Joost Schmidt, Walter Gropius, Marcel Breuer, Vassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Lyonel Feininger, Gunta Stรถlzl and Oskar Schlemmer. 31


Congress of Constructivists and Dadaists (Weimar 1922). Top row: Max and Lotte Burchartz, Peter Rรถhl, Vogel, Lucia and Lรกszlรณ Moholy-Nagy, Alfred Kemeny. Middle row: Alexa Rรถhl, El Lissitzky, Nelly y Theo van Doesburg, Sturtzkopf. Bottom row: Werner Graeff, Nini Smit, Harry Scheibe, Cornelis van Eesteren, Hans Richter, Tristan Tzara, Hans Arp. 32


Instantaneism of Picabia: Picabia, Marcel Duchamp and Paul DermĂŠe 33


The Gas Heart, Breton attacks Tzara, July 6, 1923, Michel theater in Paris. Back row: Tristan Tzara, Benjamin Peret, actress ( Sonia Delaunay ?), Pierre de Massot, Andre Breton, Aragon and Crevel on the floor. Front row Paul Eluard. 34


Group Dada in Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre, Paris, 1921. From left to right: Jean Crotti, Georges d'Esparbès, André Breton, Jacques Rigaut, Paul Eluard, Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes, Benjamin Péret, Théodore Fraenkel, Louis Aragon, Tristan Tzara and Phillippe Soupault 35


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«Quelques Présidents et Présidentes DADA” byTristan Tzara. Dada, N. 6 (Paris, March 1920) ("Bulletin Dada") From left to right; bottom, first row, J -M. Junoy, Francis Picabia, André Breton, Suzanne Duchamp, H. Richter, Georges Ribemont – Dessaignes, Alexandre Archipenko. Second row, Alice Bailly, Max Ernst, Louis Aragon, R. Huelsenbeck, Paul Dermée, Raoul Hausmann, Georges Grosz, Céline Arnauld, J. Heartfield, Arp, Cansinos Assens, Marcel Duchamp, Walter Conrad Arensberg. Third row, Mabel Dodge, Pierre-Albert Birot, Jean Crotti, Gabrielle Buffet, Sophie Taeuber, Théodore Fraenkel, Augusto Giacometti, Jacques Edwards, Walter Mehring, Guillermo de Torre, Arthur Cravan, Baader, Ferdinand Hardekopf, Julius Evola, Germaine Everling. Fourth row, René Hilsum, Mina Loy, Vincente Huidobro, Franz Jung, Walter Serner, Francesco Meriano, Clément Pansaers, Christian Schad, Arthur Segal, Schwitters, Katharine Nash Rhoades, Walter Pach, Miss Louise Norton, 0tto Flake. Fifth row, Alfred Vagts, Tristan Tzara, Edgar Varèse, Mary Wigman, Philippe Soupault, Igor Stravinski, Alfred Stieglitz, Carl Einstein, Paul Eluard.

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From left to right: Le Corbusier, Fresh Widow by Duchamp, Antonin Artaud, Man Ray, André Breton, Chanel, Ernest Hemingway, Pablo Picasso, Luis Buñuel, Jean Cocteau and Tristan Tzara. 38


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Tristan Tzara arrived in Paris from Zurich on January 17, 1920. Louis Aragon, Andre Breton, ,Philippe Soupault and Francis Picabia 40


André Breton and The Death of DADA The “Trial of Maurice Barrès,” created by Dada in Paris in 1921. Back row, manikin (Maurice Barrès), Breton, Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes, Benjamin Péret, Drieu la Rochelle, Tristan Tzara, Jacques Rigaut, front row; Louis Aragon and Philippe Soupault 41


Fortuitous meeting in Paris, 1920. Back, Paul Eluard and Nusch, Gala and Dalí front, Tristan Tzara, André Breton, Piet Mondrian, Hannah Höch, Johannes Baader, Raoul Hausmann, Hugo Ball and Emmy Hennings 42


Flea market Dada return, Marcel Duchamp (Hat rack and stool), Man Ray (Cadeau), Sonia Delaunay, Raoul Hausmann (wooden head , Mechanischer Kop), Hannah Hรถch and Kurt Schwitters (Metro tickets) 43


Dada Periodicals I. From left to right; Walter Serner, Wilhelm Uhde (Die Freude), Malcon Cowley (Aesthete 1925), Paul Rosenfeld (MSS), Henri-Pierre RochĂŠ and Beatrice Wood (Blindman), Hans Goltz (Der Ararat), Ljubomir Micic (Zenit) and Serge Charchoune (Perevoz Dada).

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Dada Periodicals II, From left to right: F.W. Wagner (Der Zweemann), Walter Hasenclever (Menschen), Friedrich Hollaender (Neue Jugend), Theo van Doensburg- (De Stijl and Mecano), Hans Richter (G), Back, John Heartfield, Wieland Herzfelde and George Grosz (Die Pleite and Jedermann sein eigener Fussball), Kurt Schwitters (Merz), Raoul Hausmann (Der Dada and Freie Strasse), Hugo Ball (Cabaret Voltaire) and Johannes Baargeld (Die Schammade). 45


Dada Periodicals III, From left to right; Pierre Albert-Birot (Sic). Louis Aragon, Andre Breton and Philippe Soupault (Littérature), Amédée Ozenfant (L’Élan), Paul Eluard (Proverbe), Francis Picabia (291,391, Cannibale), Florent Fels (Action), Arthur Cravan ( Maintenant), Tristan Tzara (Dada, Le cœur a Barbe), Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes, Celine Arnauld (Projecteur), René Crevel (Aventure) and Paul Dermée (Z). 46


July 1916, Montserrat near Barcelona, Arthur Cravan, Tristan Tzara, Joan Salvat-Papasseit, Max Ernst, Hugo Ball and Emmy Hennings 47


Vira-Magadino, Locarno in the canton of Ticino in Switzerland, August, 1916. Hermann Hesse, Emmy Hennings, Hugo Ball and Tristan Tzara 48


The last Dada Soirée in Zurich takes place on April 9th 1919 at ”Saal zur Kaufleuten” ,Back row: Walter Serner and Viking Eggeling, Rudolf von Laban, Susanne Perrottet, Mary Wigman and Sophie Taeuber, front row, Hans Arp, Tristan Tzara and Hans Richter 49


Cafe des Westens, Berlin, 1918, Kurt Schwitters and Raoul Hausmann 50


July 22, 1921, Man Ray arrived in Paris. Louis Aragon, AndrĂŠ Breton, Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes, Phillipe Soupault, Tristan Tzara, Man Ray and Marcel Duchamp 51


Spiegelgasee, ZĂşrich, 1915. Police arrest Emmy Hennings and Hugo Ball 52


Picabia in Zurich, January 1919. Hans Arp, Francis Picabia, Tristan Tzara 53


Man Ray exhibition (December 1921) at the Librairie Six, Paris, Erik Satie and Man Ray 54


DADA in Tirol, August 1921. AndrĂŠ Breton, Hans Arp, Tristan Tzara, Johannes Baargeld, Max Ernst, Maja Kruschk and Louise Straus Ernst. 55


Zurich, 1916, chess game. Back row: Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst and Dorothea Tanning. Front row; Alexander Bogdanov, Tristan Tzara, Vladimir Lenin 56


In the spring of 1920, a stray bullet in a work of Rubens, (Bathsheba at the Fountain), confrontation between Oskar Kokoschka and Dada. George Grosz, Oskar Kokoschka and Heartfield 57


Cut and paste afternoon at Dada Club, Berlin, 1919. Erwin Blumenfeld, George Grosz. Back row, Ben Hecht and Hannah Hรถch, front row, Raoul Hausmann and John Heartfield . 58


Berlin, 1920. Johannes Baader (Germany's Greatness and Decadence ), Kurt Schwitters (A Anna Blume) and Richard Huelsenbeck 59


Dada travels to Prague, September 1921. Raoul Hausmann, Hannah Hรถch, Kurt Schwitters and Helma Schwitters.

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Kurt Schwitters performing the Ursonate in the house of Mrs. Kiepenheuer in Potsdam, 1925 61


Dada NY. Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven, Man Ray, Jane Heap and Marcel Duchamp 62


Dada soiree of the Theatre de l'oeuvre, March 27, 1920, Paris. Portrait de CĂŠzanne, Portrait de Renoir, Portrait de Rembrandt by Picabia, AndrĂŠ Breton , Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes, Tzara and Picabia. 63


December 17, 1920 Picabia exhibition at the Galerie Povolozky. Left, Back row,:Darius Milhaud, Jean Cocteau and Tristan Tzara. Front: André Germain. Top row: Pablo Picasso, Marie Laurencin, Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes, Stephen Vincent Benét and Raymond Duncan. Middle row, Francis Picabia, André Breton, Max Morise and Louis Aragon. Bottom row, Simone Kahn, Roland and Colette Tual 64


Merzbau, Hannover, 1922. El Lissitzky, Theo van Doesburg, Hans Arp, Nelly van Doesburg, Ernst, Helma and Kurt Schwitters 65


Dada Cologne,1919. Max Ernst, portrait of Angelika Hoerle, Heinrich Hoerle, Otto Freundlich, Johannes Baargeld and Hans Arp 66


Elsa von FreytagLoringhoven in Greenwich Village, New York, 1917 67


Weimar, 1921. El Lissitzky, Johannes Itten and Theo van Doesburg: 68


Atelier 1921 by Hans Richter in Berlin. Natan Altmann, Alfred Kemény, Naum Gabo, Antoine Pevsner, Lissitzky, back, Cornelis van Esteren, Willi Baumeister, Viking Eggeling and László Péri, sitting, Mies van der Rohe, Hans Harp, Graeff and Hans Richter, back: Moholy-Nagy and Van Doesburg. 69


Zurich, February 1, 1916. Emmy Hennings, Lenin and Hugo Ball 70


Hans Richter and Sprockets Dadรก, 1923 71


Francis Picabia, Marcel Duchamp , Bronia Pelmutter and Lucas Cranach 72


Nude Descending a Staircase by Duchamp in the house of Frederick C. Torrey. Walter Conrad Arensberg and Louise Stevens Arensberg 73


Cafe des Westens, Berlin, 1905. Emmy Hennings, Else Lasker-SchĂźler and Herwarth Walden. Berliner Tageblatt und Handels-Zeitung. N. 41 May 21, 1905 74


Dada Netherlands, Erwin Blumenfeld and Paul Citroen 75


Dada Netherlands. Figure, Vilmos Huszรกr and Kurt Schwitters on stage. Front, Theo van Doesburg.

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Kurt Schwitters at Cafe Les Deux Magots, Paris, April 1927. Front row: Nelly and Theo van Doesburg, Kurt Schwitters and Tristan Tzara. Back row: Philippe Soupaul ,Andre Breton, Jean Cocteau, Michel Seuphor, Enrico Pranpolini and Paul DermĂŠe 77


The Square, that great invention. Back row: Theo and Nelly van Doesburg, Sophie Taeuber and Hans Arp. Front row, Sophie Lissitzky-Küppers, Jen and El Lissitzky, Piet Mondrian, Paul Klee, Josef Albers and Kazimir Malévich. 78


Berlin, March 28, 1934. The opening of the Futurist exhibition “Aeropittura. Kurt Schwitters, F.T. Marinetti, Rudolf BlĂźmner and Moholy-Nagy 79


Entartete Kunst, 1937, Dada corner, Artworks: “Das Paar”, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. “Der Abenteurer” , George Grosz. “Schwangere”, Christoph Voll. “Merzbild” and “Ringbild”, Kurt Schwitters. “Sumpflegende”, Paul Klee. Der Dada 2 and 3, Raoul Hausmann. “Zweierlei Rot”, Kandinsky. “Telltow”, Lyonel Feininger. “Das Figur”, Rudolf Haizmann. “Das Ich”, Oswald Herzog and “Tanzerin”, Margarethe Moll. 80


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