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  • noun Plural form of Dadaist.

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Examples

  • Incidentally it may be confided he is an artistic idol of the Dadaists which is at least a happy indication of his modernism.

    Adventures in the Arts Informal Chapters on Painters, Vaudeville, and Poets

  • Bolaño lived in Mexico City during the 1970s and helped form a revolutionary literary group inspired by the Dadaists and the Beats (several members of whom also found creative succor in Mexico at varying times during their flourishing).

    Mexico inspires a growing list of foreign writers

  • Works by the German Expressionists, the Dadaists and contemporary Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson are on view.

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  • Unlike the Dadaists and Surrealists, whose efforts to bait the middle class have aged so terribly, Montherlant attacks comforting notions of love to which the bourgeois and the bohemian are equally wedded.

    Monster of Marriage

  • Bolaño lived in Mexico City during the 1970s and helped form a revolutionary literary group inspired by the Dadaists and the Beats (several members of whom also found creative succor in Mexico at varying times during their flourishing).

    Mexico inspires a growing list of foreign writers

  • Unlike the Dadaists and Surrealists, whose efforts to bait the middle class have aged so terribly, Montherlant attacks comforting notions of love to which the bourgeois and the bohemian are equally wedded.

    Monster of Marriage

  • Overwhelmingly desired are postings from Dadaists, the criminally insane, Mothers Committed to Drunk Driving and terminally unemployable investment bankers.

    Materials sought for Biography of Irish Rockers, "The Naked Rowdies"

  • As opposed to Grosz, Heartfield, Höch, Hausmann, and the other Dadaists in Berlin, however, Dix was based in Dresden, at some remove from the street clashes and daily headlines of the capital and already involved in a search for a more profound, not to say enduring, means of commentary.

    Peter Frank: Blague d'Art: Dix's Mix (No Quick Fix)

  • He loved French Dadaists, surrealists, and existentialists, and patterned many of his actions on theirs.

    The Typewriter Is Holy

  • Was it disgust with Western civilization after World War I that led Duchamp, Man Ray and the Dadaists to topple centuries of convention?

    What the Camera Wrought

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