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        Dada Art For Sale

        Discover Dada art for sale online today. Our curated gallery offers a range of Dada paintings, prints, sculpture and more to explore online. Ranging from portraits, landscapes, nature studies and still life, we have something for all.

        Willie Nash’s At One with Four Walls And A Chair is a unique and intriguing sculpture that forces the viewer to deeply engage with the work. Nash uses sculpture to respond to the contemporary social-political environment by creating pieces that transverses across time and history. At One with Four Walls and a chair opens many layers and meanings as the sculpture presents a large table and small chair, with no walls despite the title’s suggestion. The absence of the wall allows the sculpture to be placed in any room, thus making the viewer become conscious of their own environment as the sculpture placement in a room becomes an integral part of the artwork.

        Kareem Rizk’s Radio (2016) is a multimedia collage which has brought the dada collage technique into the contemporary art scene. By cutting, ripping and pasting materials of books, manage, postcards and catalogues, Rizk is able to create a diverse textured piece which opens multiple ideas and interpretations to be explored by the viewer. By placing ideas of nostalgia as the centre of the work through his use of old printed materials, Rizk’s Radio invites the viewer to reflect about past times and see how far modern life has come.

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        History of Dada Art

        Dada is an artistic avant-garde movement which originated in the beginning of the 20th century. After the First World War, many artists and writers felt disillusioned about the world’s capacity for war and violence. Consequently, many wanted to create work that would be viewed as ‘anti-art’ to protest against traditional institutions such as conventional art galleries and museums.

        Dada’s mission can be viewed as ‘rejecting the logic, reason and aestheticism of modern capitalist society, instead expressing nonsense, irrationality and anti-bourgeois protests in their works.’ The Dada movement thrived across cities such as Zurich, Berlin, Paris and New York throughout the 1920s and 1930s, creating artistic festivals full of artists, writers, and composers to create work that broke free from tradition and convention. Whilst the movement disbanded during the rise of totalitarianism in 1930s Europe, their revolutionary ideas and techniques has had a profound impact on the development of modern and contemporary art.

        Dada Techniques

        Collage: Inspired by the cubists technique of cut and pasting paper media, Dadaists expanded their materials to include everyday items such as maps, tickets and wrappers to incorporate daily life into their artwork. Dadaists also invented a new technique of ‘chance of collage’ which involved dropping the torn paper material onto a sheet then pasting the material wherever it landed.

        The ‘cut-up technique’ was used both by artists and poets to create word collage made out of printed media to consciously ensemble a Dadaist poem.

        Photomontage, as used by Hannah Hoch, used or reproduced printed media to illustrate their views of the issues by manipulating and editing the material with scissors, paint and drawings on a large sheet.

        Assemblage referred to combining pieces of unused and disregarded items such as rubbish to create artwork in forms of a three-dimensional hung collage or sculpture.

        Readymade technique was used by artists such as Marcel Duchamp who would add small details such as a signature and title to manufactured objects before presenting them to be exhibited as artwork.

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          Natural Distancing

          Collage - 35x25 cm

          Banality of Evil (Eichmann Totem)

          Drawings - 25x15 cmRent for $ 110/mo

          Pool Side - Limited Edition on Aluminium

          Collage - 84x59 cmRent for $ 115/mo

          It Is The Watcher, Not The Dier Who is Poisoned

          Sculpture - 33x81 cmRent for $ 185/mo

          Amazonian I

          Prints - 42x30 cm

          Untitled (John Wayne)

          Photography - 97x83 cm


          Photography - 60x52 cm

          July 1916

          Sculpture - 46x135 cmRent for $ 120/mo

          As the World Turns

          Sculpture - 43x60 cm

          Mountain Town Party

          Paintings - 60x80 cmRent for $ 315/mo

          AD 1945

          Sculpture - 87x67 cmRent for $ 110/mo

          The Silver Child

          Prints - 102x75 cm

          Untitled (Lucille Bremer)

          Photography - 97x83 cm

          Forbidden Fruit

          Collage - 84x59 cmRent for $ 60/mo

          Smoke II

          Prints - 84x59 cm


          Collage - 51x41 cm


          Drawings - 150x262 cmRent for $ 205/mo


          Drawings - 209x151 cmRent for $ 195/mo

          Plant Machina 4

          Collage - 21x15 cm


          Collage - 30x26 cm

          Plant Machina 2

          Collage - 21x15 cm

          Untitled (John F. Kennedy)

          Photography - 97x83 cm

          Road Safety

          Collage - 32x24 cm


          Collage - 56x46 cmRent for $ 65/mo

          Midian 13C BC

          Sculpture - 106x54 cmRent for $ 120/mo


          Collage - 30x21 cmRent for $ 51/mo

          Untitled (Marlboro Man 2)

          Photography - 97x83 cm

          Finding The Omnipotent

          Sculpture - 50x58 cmRent for $ 205/mo

          Corporate Landscape

          Collage - 46x36 cm