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Cabaret Voltaire was a nightclub in Zurich, Switzerland, founded by Hugo Ball & Emmy Hennings on February 5, 1916 as a cabaret for artistic and political purposes. Other founding members were Marcel Janco, Richard Huelsenbeck, Tristan Tzara, and Jean Arp. Events at the cabaret proved pivotal in the founding of the anarchic art movement known as Dada. The young artists of Zurich are invited to come along with suggestions and contributions of all kinds. -Zurich, February 2, 1916 (if only...)

Cabaret Voltaire was a nightclub in Zurich, Switzerland, founded by Hugo Ball & Emmy Hennings on February 5, 1916 as a cabaret for artistic and political purposes. Other founding members were Marcel Janco, Richard Huelsenbeck, Tristan Tzara, and Jean Arp. Events at the cabaret proved pivotal in the founding of the anarchic art movement known as Dada. The young artists of Zurich are invited to come along with suggestions and contributions of all kinds. -Zurich, February 2, 1916 (if only...)

Restaurant “Meierei” Spiegelgasse 1. (photo ± 1935)    On 5 February 1916 the Dadaists  opened the “Cabaret Voltaire” here (Hugo Ball read from Voltaire). It was an artists’ café, the podium of which hosted many a performance by Dadaists and other experimentalists    On 5 February 1916 the Dadaists  opened the “Cabaret Voltaire” here (Hugo Ball read from Voltaire). It was an artists’ café, the podium of which hosted many a performance by Dadaists and other experimentalists.

Restaurant “Meierei” Spiegelgasse 1. (photo ± 1935) On 5 February 1916 the Dadaists opened the “Cabaret Voltaire” here (Hugo Ball read from Voltaire). It was an artists’ café, the podium of which hosted many a performance by Dadaists and other experimentalists On 5 February 1916 the Dadaists opened the “Cabaret Voltaire” here (Hugo Ball read from Voltaire). It was an artists’ café, the podium of which hosted many a performance by Dadaists and other experimentalists.

RETROAVANGARDA

RETROAVANGARDA

George Grosz as Dada Death in Berlin, 1918

George Grosz as Dada Death in Berlin, 1918

Hugo Ball recitando un poema en el  Cabaret Voltaire, en 1916.

Hugo Ball recitando un poema en el Cabaret Voltaire, en 1916.

This fine example of ‘oddness in action’ is this photo of a guy named Hugo Ball elaborately reciting a poem called Karawane. Hugo Ball, Hans Arp, Tristan Tzara und Marcel Janco were the founders of the famous Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich (Switzerland) which is known to be “the cradle of dadaism”. Dadaism was a cultural movement that involved visual arts, literature, poetry, theatre and graphic design.

This fine example of ‘oddness in action’ is this photo of a guy named Hugo Ball elaborately reciting a poem called Karawane. Hugo Ball, Hans Arp, Tristan Tzara und Marcel Janco were the founders of the famous Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich (Switzerland) which is known to be “the cradle of dadaism”. Dadaism was a cultural movement that involved visual arts, literature, poetry, theatre and graphic design.

Max Ernst working, sans shirt, on his murals  for the Corso Bar.  Zurich 1934

Max Ernst working, sans shirt, on his murals for the Corso Bar. Zurich 1934

'Max Ernst at Peggy Guggenheim’s home, New York, fall 1942' 1942 by Hermann Landshoff

'Max Ernst at Peggy Guggenheim’s home, New York, fall 1942' 1942 by Hermann Landshoff

Max Ernst

Max Ernst

max ernst / at the first clear word  / dusseldorf / 1923                                                                                                                                                                                 More

max ernst / at the first clear word / dusseldorf / 1923 More