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What's Cooking? handmade collage, changes the saying of "the moon being made of cheese", a sort of an antonym

What's Cooking? handmade collage, changes the saying of "the moon being made of cheese", a sort of an antonym

collage by eugenia loli

eugenia loli (The Jealous Curator)

collage by eugenia loli

Unrequited Fantasies by Eugenia Loli-digital collage inspiration -surreal digital collage

Unrequited Fantasies by Eugenia Loli-digital collage inspiration -surreal digital collage

DADA....Dadaism 1916-1923....the avant garde art movement which began in Europe and reached its heights in New York 1915. Artist Beatrice Wood is known as the "Mama of Dada".

DADA....Dadaism 1916-1923....the avant garde art movement which began in Europe and reached its heights in New York 1915. Artist Beatrice Wood is known as the "Mama of Dada".

The Gift by Man Ray, 1921. This piece was made in the afternoon on the opening day of Man Ray's first solo show in Paris. It was intended as a gift to the gallery owner, the poet Philippe Soupault, and Ray added it to the show at the last minute.

The Gift by Man Ray, 1921. This piece was made in the afternoon on the opening day of Man Ray's first solo show in Paris. It was intended as a gift to the gallery owner, the poet Philippe Soupault, and Ray added it to the show at the last minute.

Mask, provenance unknown (1920s) photographed by Paris-based American Modernist artist Man Ray (1890-1976). via mondoblogo

Mask, provenance unknown (1920s) photographed by Paris-based American Modernist artist Man Ray (1890-1976). via mondoblogo

1919 Marcel Duchamp (French Dadaist 'The Dada of Dada'; 1887-1968) ~ L.H.O.O.Q. [Elle a chaud au cul]

Hans-Peter Feldmann: gag reflex

1919 Marcel Duchamp (French Dadaist 'The Dada of Dada'; 1887-1968) ~ L.H.O.O.Q. [Elle a chaud au cul]

André Breton at a Dada festival in Paris, March 27, 1920, wearing a slogan by Francis Picabia: "In order to love something you need to have seen and heard it for a long time bunch of idiots."

André Breton at a Dada festival in Paris, March 27, 1920, wearing a slogan by Francis Picabia: "In order to love something you need to have seen and heard it for a long time bunch of idiots."

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