Man Ray: Object to Be Destroyed, 1923.

A quiz to test recognition and knowledge of three major art movements: Art Nouveau, Bauhaus and Dada

Max Ernst, Le rossignol chinois, 1920

Max ERNST, Le Rossignol chinois, Photomontage, X Grenoble, Musée de Grenoble

Souvenir d’oncle Auguste, Georges Grosz, 1919

George Grosz, Remember Uncle August, the Unhappy Inventor. Ein Opfer der Gesellschaft (Remember Uncle August, the Unhappy Inventor. A victim of society - Souviens-toi de l'oncle Auguste, l'inventeur.

Le critique d’art, Raoul Hausmann, 1919-1920

Fig Raoul Hausmann The Art Critic Lithograph and photographic collage on paper support: 318 x 254 mm Purchased ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2002

Daum épouse son pédant automate, Georges Grosz, 1920

Daum marries her pedantic Automaton George in May John Heartfield is very glad of it, 1920 Watercolor and collage, 42 x cm Galerie Nierendorf, Berlin, German

Coupé au couteau de cuisine, Hannah Höch, 1919

“Cut with a Kitchen Knife”

Dada Art, by Hannah Hoch Cut With the Kitchen Knife Dada Through the Last Weimar Beer-Belly Cultural Epoch in Germany

Picabia - Le mouvement Dada

Francis Picabia, Dada Movement, 1919 – It is the wiring diagram of a Dada alarm clock (made in Switzerland in which historically plots the flow of the current of modern art, from Ingres to Picabia's own Dada magazine.

Fleur Marteau Formes terrestres (forêt), Jean Harp, 1916

Fleur Marteau Formes terrestres (forêt), Jean Harp, 1916

Couverture, AIZ, John Heartfield, 1932

Dada: John Heartfield, "Der Sinn des Hitlergrusses" (The Meaning of the Hitler Salute), cover for AIZ no