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=== Visual art === === Visual art ===
*''[[The Disquieting Muses]]'', a painting by the Greek-Italian metaphysical painter Giorgio de Chirico *''[[The Disquieting Muses]]'', a painting by the Greek-Italian metaphysical painter Giorgio de Chirico
-*''[[Universal War]]''+*''[[Universal War]]'' by Aleksei Kruchenykh
*''[[Princess X]]'' by Constantin Brâncuşi *''[[Princess X]]'' by Constantin Brâncuşi
==== Photography ==== ==== Photography ====
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== Births == == Births ==
-*[[Unica Zürn]] (1916 - 1970)+*[[Unica Zürn]], Austrian writer (1916 - 1970)
-*[[Moondog]] (1916 - 1999)+*[[Moondog]], American musician (1916 - 1999)
-*[[Brion Gysin]] (January 19, 1916 - July 13, 1986) +*[[Brion Gysin]], American writer (1916 - 1986)
-*[[Roald Dahl]] (13 September 1916 – 23 November 1990) +*[[Roald Dahl]], English writer (1916 – 1990)
-*[[Bert Haanstra]] (31 May 1916 – 23 October 1997) +*[[Bert Haanstra]], Dutch filmmaker (1916 – 1997)
==Deaths == ==Deaths ==
*[[Antonio Sant'Elia]] (April 30, 1888 - October 10, 1916) *[[Antonio Sant'Elia]] (April 30, 1888 - October 10, 1916)

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