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Europe in 1913
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Jean (Hans) Arp Born 16 Sept. 1887 in Strasbourg. Died 7 June 1966 in Solduno, Switzerland. Artist and bilingual writer associated with the Dada movement in Zurich, Cologne, and Paris.
Hugo Ball Born 22 Feb. 1886 in Pirmasens, Germany. Died 14 Sept. 1927 in San't Abbondio (Ticino), Switzerland. Writer associated with the Dada movement in Zurich.
Emmy Hennings Born 17 Jan. 1885 in Flensburg, Germany. Died 10 Aug. 1948 in Sorengo- Lugano, Italy. Writer and performer associated with the Dada movement in Zurich.
Richard Huelsenbeck Born 23 April 1892 in Frankenau, Germany. Died 30 April 1974 in Muralto, Switzerland. Writer associated with the Dada movement in Zurich and Berlin.
Marcel Janco Born 24 May 1895 in Bucharest. Died 21 April 1984 near Tel Aviv, Israel. Artist associated with the Dada movement in Zurich.
Hans Richter Born Johannes Siegfried Richter. Born 6 April 1888 in Berlin. Died 1 Feb. 1976 in Minusio/Locarno, Switzerland. Artist and filmmaker associated with the Dada movement in Zurich.
Christian Schad Born 21 Aug. 1894 in Miesbach (Upper Bavaria), Germany. Died 1982. Artist associated with the Dada movement in Zurich.
Sophie Taeuber-Arp Born 19 Jan. 1889 in Davos, Switzerland. Died 13 Jan. 1943 in Zurich. Artist associated with the Dada movement in Zurich.
Tristan Tzara Born Samuel Rosenstock. Born 16 April 1896 in Moinesti, Romania. Died 24 Dec. 1963 in Paris. Writer associated with the Dada movement in Zurich and Paris.
DA DA IN ZU RI CH Switzerland ZURICH Europe in 1913.
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