The Avant Garde Diaries

December 5 2011

The Dada art movement found a spiritual home in Zürich with the founding of Cabaret Voltaire in the midst of World War I. To this day it remains a pillar of the Dada movement, led by Philipp Meier. While Meier is charged with preserving the Cabaret Voltaire's artistic tradition, his passion lies beyond that gallery walls, imaging the Dadaist practice in contemporary terms. Not surprising that inspiration comes from city streets and from the likes of MacGhillie -- an unsettling, camouflage suit, which at it's core, defies our innate desire to classify and apply judgement.  Check out more here:



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