Introduction
Suzanne Duchamp-Crotti (20 October 1889 – 11 September 1963) was a French Dadaist painter and collagist. Due to the fact that she was a woman in the male prominent Dada movement, she was rarely considered an artist in her own right. She constantly lived in the shadows of her famous older brothers, who were also artists, or she was referred to as "the wife of." Her work in painting turns out to be significantly influential to the landscape of Dada in Paris and to the interests of women in Dada. She took a large role as an avant-garde artist, working through a career that spanned five decades, during a turbulent time of great societal change. She used her work to express certain subject matter such as personal concerns about modern society, her role as a modern woman artist, and the effects of the First World War.
Wikidata
Q435558
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Introduction
Suzanne Duchamp co-founded Tabu, an offshoot of Dada, with her husband, Jean Crotti.
Nationality
French
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Collagist, Painter, Sculptor
Names
Suzanne Duchamp, Suzanne Duchamp Crotti
Ulan
500030274
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