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Dada Art

Many good things come from Switzerland, but few know that one century ago the dada art movement began in the city of Zurich. There are many theories regarding its beginnings and even the name is highly debatable, but the movement itself is fascinating. Dada galleries fascinate people one hundred years after the paintings saw the light of day for the first time and sweep them off their feet with the irrationality and unbridled enthusiasm.

Dada Artwork

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The Persistence of Memory, c.1931
by Salvador Dali
14" x 11"
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Carnival of Harlequin
by Joan Miro
27" x 20"
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Inverted Personages
by Joan Miro
19" x 28"
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The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory, c.1954
by Salvador Dali
14" x 11"
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Geopoliticus Child Watching the Birth of the New Man, c.1943
by Salvador Dali
14" x 11"
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The Persistence of Memory, c.1931
by Salvador Dali
27" x 24"
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The Dream, c.1931
by Salvador Dali
11" x 14"
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Dog Barking at the Moon
by Joan Miro
23" x 19"
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Carota
by Joan Miro
16" x 20"
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Cinquenta... Tigre Real, c.1963
by Salvador Dali
28" x 28"
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String Caused by the Flight of a Bee Around a Pomegranate, A Second Before Awakening, c.1944
by Salvador Dali
11" x 14"
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Cinquenta... Tigre Real, c.1963
by Salvador Dali
36" x 24"
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Colored Design For The Central Hall Of A University, 1923
by Theo van Doesburg
28" x 12"
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Plan For A Bus Station: Design For The First Floor, 1927
by Theo van Doesburg
22" x 11"
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Decorating your home with Dada art posters is a bold thing to do, especially if you have a conservative background. At a first glance, these posters don’t make much sense but this is the cornerstone of dada art and what makes it so charming. It matters not that the movement was initially a negative reaction to the First World War and all the pain it caused. What is far more important is that it still acts as a driving force for contemporary artists who seek an alternative way to convey their diverse messages.
Dada art posters can be a welcomed addition to any private collection but they can also decorate the humble walls of a small house.
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