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After DADA [1]

(1920 Raoul Hausmann - Dada Siegt - {Dada conquers})
    "No more painters, no more writers, no more musicians, no more sculptors, no more religions, no more republicans, 
     no more royalists, no more imperialists, no more anarchists, no more socialists, no more bolsheviks, no more 
     politicians, no more proletarians, no more democrats, no more armies, no more police forces, no more nations, 
     in other words enough of all these stupidities, nothing more, nothing more, nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing."
                                                                                                       Louis Aragon
1922 Max Ernst painted At the Rendezvous of Friends
                               Then Came Surrealism  
1924 with Andre Breton's Manifesto
     "Surrealism does not allow those who devote themselves to it to forsake it whenever they like. 
     There is every reason to believe that it acts on the mind as drugs do; like drugs, it creates 
     a certain state of neeed and can push man to frightful revolts."
    
1925 followed by the Signatories to the Declaration of January 27 1925
1934 Man Ray Surrealist Chessboard
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-- Andre Breton, Max Ernst, Salvador Dali, Jean Arp -- Yves Tanguy, Rene Char, Rene Crevel, Paul Eluard -- Giorgio Di Chirico, Alberto Giacometti, Tristan Tzara, Pablo Picasso -- Rene Magritte, Victor Brauner, Benjamin Peret, Gui Rosey -- Joan Miro, Edouard Mesens, Georges Hugnet, Man Ray


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