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Dada

DADA – the inspiration for most avant-garde movements in the inter-war period as well as for today’s artists – first saw the light of the world in 1916 in Zurich: it was here that Tzara, Ball and Arp met in the Cabaret Voltaire to protest against the absurdity of rationalism and the war, to satirise Wilhelmine bourgeois life and to experiment in all directions. The Kunsthaus has a comprehensive documentary record of these exciting years.

Hans Arp (1886–1966)
Die Grablegung der Vögel und Schmetterlinge. 
Portrait Tristan Tzara, 1916/17
Wodden relief. 40 x 32,5 x 9,5 cm
Gift of the Georges and Jenny Bloch Foundation, 1991
© ProLitteris
Hans Arp (1886–1966)
Die Grablegung der Vögel und Schmetterlinge.
Portrait Tristan Tzara, 1916/17
Wodden relief. 40 x 32,5 x 9,5 cm
Gift of the Georges and Jenny Bloch Foundation, 1991
© ProLitteris