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A century after Dadaism was founded in Zurich, a prestigious museum in the city is hosting an exhibition that aims to recreate one of the rebellious artistic movement's great but unfinished projects.Thanks to artistic sleuthing, much of the collection has been reassembled and put on display in Zurich's Kunsthaus museum.Entitled "Dadaglobe Reconstructed," it includes some 160 works by 40 artists from across the world, including noted figures like Max Ernst, Hans Arp and Sophie Taeubeur. All had sent contributions to Tzara for the project. "Tzara told [Sanouillet] that Dadaglobe was one of his biggest regrets," Sudhalter said.Her curiosity piqued, Sudhalter headed to the archives of Paris' Jacques Doucet library, which has a significant collection of Dada and surrealist material.
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