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New Exhibition – Dadaglobe Reconstructed

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GG Zurich posted on February 7, 2016

Aluf Nic_Portrait of Sophie Taeuber with Dada Head 2Check out this exhibition that brings together artworks and texts sent to Tristan Tzara by more than 40 artists from all over the world for his 1921 book project “Dadaglobe”, which remained unpublished at the time. Now to mark 100 years since the foundation of Dada, the widely dispersed original artworks are reunited for the first time. “Dadaglobe Reconstructed” is a milestone in Dada research – a remarkable survey of the artistic diversity, socio-political relevance and art-historical impact of the Dada movement. Their goal was to draw attention to the social upheavals of the First World War.

Be inspired gals!

Züri Girl Tip

Let your creativity out and attend the Kunsthaus Dada Costume Ball on 13 February at 20.00. The most original costume will be selected by the public and get a prize. Dance with the sound of live bands and DJ’s and make a toast at midnight celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Dada movement. Early birds tickets for CHF 39.- available at the Kunsthaus cashier or its online shop. Day of the event tickets limited & cost CHF 49. A welcome Drink included in the price.


 

 

Exhibition Information

When: Through 1 May 2016

Times: Tuesdays, Fridays, Sundays 10.00 – 18.00 & Wednesdays, Thursdays 10.00 – 20.00

Where: Kunsthaus Zurich. Heimpl. 1, 8001 Zurich (map)

Cost: CHF 14

Additional Information: Kunsthaus Museum Website

 

 


Leda ChristArticles & Photos by Zuri Girl Leda Christ…After studying Marketing & Journalism and countless years as a corporate women, Leda’s heart stays connected to her Brazilian roots while she and her 15-year old daughter have fun living in Switzerland. She devotes time to being an Image Consultant & Stylist; Marketing for the Swiss Beauty Academy and all things Vegan…which she shares via Vegan with Style.

 


Photo Credits: Nic Aluf. Portrait of Sophie Taeuber with Dada head, 1920, Gelatin silver print, 20.9 x 16.6 cm, Galerie Berinson, Berlin. © Estate of Nic Aluf. Francis Picabia. Tableau Rastadada, 1920, Collage and ink on paper, 19 x 17.1 cm, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, © 2016 ProLitteris, Zurich. John Heartfield (likely photographer), Double portrait of Johannes Baader and Raoul Hausmann, 1919, Halftone print of a photomontage on white-coated wood-pulp paper, 25.4 x 15.8 cm, Kunsthaus Zürich, © 2016 ProLitteris, Zurich

 

 

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