Definition of Dadaism in English:

Dadaism

Pronunciation /ˈdädäˌizəm/ /ˈdɑdɑˌɪzəm/

Translate Dadaism into Spanish

noun

See Dada

‘He arrived in Berlin in 1920, where he was influenced by Dadaism, Suprematism, and particularly Constructivism.’
  • ‘Dadaism, Surrealism, and Futurist performance activities seem to have shared a similar spirit of exploration, of breaking down boundaries, of looking to process instead of product.’
  • ‘Abstract Expressionists also borrowed ideas from other modern art ‘isms’ such as Dadaism and Surrealism.’
  • ‘I always thought Dadaism was primarily a European movement, but clearly it must have had some influence in Asia.’
  • ‘He briefly embraced Dadaism, but soon distanced himself from its more nihilistic expressions.’