Appropriately, New York City Dada was something of a "melting pot" of styles. The arrivals of Marcel Duchamp, Jean Crotti and Francis Picabia, in 1915, formed the nucleus of the Dadaists who would cheerfully avail themselves of the United States' bounty of machines and manufactured objects. The New York section of Dada concentrates on readymade objects, new technology (as with airbrushing) and graphic works reminiscent of mechanical drawing.
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- Graphic Index
- Text Index