Dada was born in Zurich 100 years ago in reaction to the zeitgeist at the time. Having influenced many forms of modern art since, the movement boasts a proud legacy. But how does the spirit of Dada manifest itself today?
Following on from a London retrospective of legendary British sculptor and pop artist Eduardo Paolozzi, a Berlin exhibition celebrates the experimental side of the artist's influential oeuvre.
Ólafur Elíasson’s new book celebrates the communal spirit of cooking and creativity. Plus: Hannah Höch, one of the few women artists associated with the Dada movement. And, a walk through Europe’s only Ming garden.
For the "Degenerate Art" exhibition sponsored by Hitler, the Nazis confiscated modern art from museums in 1937. The works were ridiculed before they were destroyed. The impact of the purges can be felt to this day.
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