Monday, October 11, 2010

Mehmet Doruk Sağlam

Mehmet Doruk Sağlam / 2007.13.03.006


Neo-Dada, usually worked in the 1950s in New York City, Robert Rauschenberg and

Jasper Johns'in Used to describe their style.This is because these artists, as a

similar stream of Dada collage finds the objects they create and the anti-aesthetic

style works constituted Asamblaj. French Dada artist Marcel Duchamp in New York in

the fact that this period has been active in this nomenclature.The term was

popularized by Barbara Rose in the 1960s and refers primarily, although not

exclusively, to a group of artwork created in that and the preceding decade.This

time in America,Dada movement also revivedinterest in the work of

Marcel Duchamp.Neo-Dada and sometimes appeared in the 1950s and 1960s, the art of

letters, Beat art, horror art, Nouveau Realisme and a variety of new movements such

as the International Stüasyonist to express a general term applied.The most

important neo-dada artist's Robert Rauschenberg,Jim Dine,Lary Rivers,Claes Oldenburg

and Richard Stankiewicz.According the resources,Neo-Dada artists had left deep

scars.Visual dictionaries, techniques, and above all have to voice their

commitment.In thisfuture,Other artists has affect to Neo-dada's.

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