Definition of Dadaists

1. Noun. (plural of Dadaist) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of dadaist) ¹

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Definition of Dadaists

1. dadaist [n] - See also: dadaist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dadaists

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dadaists (current term)
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Literary usage of Dadaists

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1. De Stijl Continued: The Journal Structure (1958-1964) an Artists' Debate by Jonneke Jobse (2005)
"But where they were inspired mainly by the manner in which the dadaists, with their collages and photomontages, manipulated the intrinsic meaning of the ..."

2. While I Remember by Stephen McKenna (1921)
"... and dadaists have not made plain the goal of their exploration and as yet, though they have formulated new theories of art, they have not achieved a new ..."

3. Germany in Travail by Otto Manthey-Zorn (1922)
"The most profitable distortion of this kind is the widely spread society of dadaists, which through its art offers a final solution of every physical and ..."

4. The Urban Condition: space, community, and self in the contemporary metropolis by Ghent Urban Studies Team (1999)
"... to cut itself increasingly loose from popular culture.2' Pop Art, following Duchamp and the dadaists, consciously broke with this tendency. ..."

5. Back from Utopia: The Challenge of the Modern Movementby Hubert-Jan Henket, Hilde Heynen by Hubert-Jan Henket, Hilde Heynen (2002)
"... Marinetti published his first manifesto in 1909), the dadaists, the Expressionists and of the Works Council for Art ..."

6. Parisby Ken Bernstein by Ken Bernstein (2003)
"After the Armistice, the capital came alive again, and an incredible artistic and literary explosion attracted Cubists and Surrealists, dadaists and ..."

7. Josep M. Jujol by Vincent Ligtelijn, Rein Saariste (1996)
"With this technique of decontextualization Jujol was a forerunner of the dadaists and Surrealists. The climax of his work for Gaudi was, undoubtedly, ..."

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