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Early 20th century Avant-Garde (visual arts, performance and writing); Dada; Surrealism.
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Dada's Women challenges the notion that the European Dada movement was populated only by men. In Zurich, Berlin and Paris, women were pioneering new techniques across literature, fine art and performance, rebelling against cultural norms, and proving themselves to be innovators not imitators.
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