Tipico prodotto dada è il ready-made (già fatti o già pronti), un prodotto ordinario tolto dall'oggetto originario e messo in mostra come opera d'arte. Quindi un'opera d'arte può essere qualsiasi cosa, quindi come conseguenza nulla è arte. L'opera dell'artista non consiste quindi nella sua abilità manuale, ma nelle idee che riesce a proporre. Infatti, il valore dei «ready-made» è solo nell'idea.

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Marcel Duchamp - 'Fountain' 1917

Perhaps the most famous and controversial Dada artwork of all was Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain. It consisted only of a urinal set on its back, but it raised a powerful question: “What exactly is worthy to be called art?

A photo of Duchamp's readymades. WIKIMEDIA

Duchamp's 'Readymades' Readymade art was art that was already-made, because in Dada everything is art and nothing is art. There are no rules defining art.

Marcel Duchamp's alteration of the Mona Lisa in 1919. Part of the Dada Movement

The ARTchemists - Marcel Duchamp, la peinture même : … Duchamp, du signe

#ART | Ai Weiwei | "Hanging Man (Duchamp)" (1985) | "when we discuss art today, the common language that links Western and non-Western cultures is the context of modern art history; the readymade"

Hanging Man (Duchamp) 1985 "when we discuss art today, the common language that links Western and non-Western cultures is the context of modern art history; the readymade"

Tate glossary definition for medium: Can refer to both to the type of art (painting, sculpture and printmaking) as well as the materials an artwork is made from

Tate glossary definition for documentary art: Term associated with the artists who documented the harsh realities of British life during the Depression in the

Michael Gumhold, ‘Movement '1913–2007′

not at all sure that the concept of the readymade isn& the most important single idea to come out of my work.”(Tomkins, Calvin: Duchamp: A Biography.

Jaromir Funke – Light and Shadow | Orwellwasright's Weblog

Jaromir Funke – Light and Shadow

Man Ray - “Gift” Man Ray was an American modernist artist who spent most of his career in Paris, France. He was a significant contributor to the Dada and Surrealist movements, although his ties to each were informal.

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