Artist Analysis of Marcel Janco
Marcel Janco, a contemporary of Pablo Picasso, was an influential artist of the Dada period of 1916 to 1920. Dada stood by its many ideas and values. Dada was about deliberate irrationality, anarchy, cynicism and the rejection of the law.
Marcel Janco was born on May 24th, 1895 in the town of Bucharest, Rumania and created the Dada movement with fellow artists such as his good friend Tristan Tzara, in 1916. To Janco and his Dada artists, their creation of Dada contained the premise for a new way of living expressed through the poetical value of its attitudes and actions.
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