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Neo Dada

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Neo-dada | Tate

Tate glossary definition for neo-dada: Term applied to the work of artists working in America the 1950s and 1960s which was reminiscent of the art of the early twentieth century Dada movement

Yoshimura Masanobu advertises Neo Dada group exhibition near Ginza, Tokyo, 1961

Yoshimura Masanobu advertises Neo Dada group exhibition near Ginza, Tokyo, 1961.

Estate | Robert Rauschenberg  |  Oil and silkscreen on canvas | Philadelphia Museum of Art

The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation fosters the legacy of the artist’s life, work, and philosophy that art can change the world. We increase access to Robert Rauschenberg’s art, offer a residency program for artists of all disciplines, and support initiatives at the intersection of arts + issues.

Dada Movement Overview and Key Ideas

Dada's mockery, wit, and absurdity powerfully criticized European culture and opened new ways to make art. Revolutionary ideas by Duchamp, Ray, Hoch, Tzara+

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Yee Haw Industries woodblock print

I’ve coveted this woodblock letterpress Dada poster for years–from the Knoxville print shop Yee Haw Industries.

Dada Knife 1920

Born Joannes Hoch in 1889, Gotha in Germany, Hoch went on to become a leading female artists within the Dadaist movement, inventing Photomontage as an artform and defying social convention in 1920's - 30's Germany.

“Neo-Dadaism”: Absurdist Humor and the Millennial Generation

The embedding of the prior video just now was a direct demonstration of absurdist humor, the latest cultural and art movement to employ elements of rejecting the traditional and embracing the strange…

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