„Dada belongs to everybody.“

— Tristan Tzara, As quoted in Dada Art and Anti-art, Hand Richter, Thames & Hudson, London & New York, 2004 Tzara's reaction when in 1921 w:Picabia, Man Ray and Marcel Duchamp jokingly asked to grant them permission to use the name 'Dada' as their own name for Dada in New York.

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