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-:[[1910]] - [[1911]] - [[1912]] - [[1913]] - [[1914]] - [[1915]] - [[1916]] - [[1917]] - [[1918]] - [[1919]] - [[1920]] +'''1916''' was 916th year of the [[2nd millennium]], the 16th year of the [[20th century]], and the 7th year of the [[1910s]] decade.
== Art and culture == == Art and culture ==
-*[[July 14]] [[Dada]], Zurich: "A line of poetry is a chance to get rid of all the filth that clings to this accursed language," Ball exclaimed. "I want the word where it ends and begins," he cried. "Dada is the heart of words." ("The First [[Dada Manifesto]]")+*[[July 14]] [[Dada]], Zurich: "A line of poetry is a chance to get rid of all the filth that clings to this accursed language," Ball exclaimed. "I want the word where it ends and begins," he cried. "Dada is the heart of words." ("[[Dada Manifesto (1916, Hugo Ball)|The First Dada Manifesto]]")
-=== Visual culture ===+===Literature===
-*''[[The Disquieting Muses]]'', a painting by the Greek-Italian metaphysical painter Giorgio de Chirico+==== Poetry====
 +*[[Music Hall (Paul van Ostaijen)|Music Hall]] by [[Paul van Ostaijen]]
 +====Non fiction====
 +*[[The Photoplay|The Photoplay: A Psychological Study]] by Hugo Münsterberg
 +=== Visual art ===
 +*''[[The Disquieting Muses]]'', a painting by Giorgio de Chirico
 +*''[[Universal War]]'', an artist's book by Aleksei Kruchenykh
 +*''[[Princess X]]'', a sculpture by Constantin Brâncuşi
==== Photography ==== ==== Photography ====
-*Hugo Ball, 1916, performing ''[[Karawane]]'' +*[[Hugo Ball]] performs ''[[Karawane]]''
 + 
=== Film === === Film ===
-*[[The Photoplay|The Photoplay: A Psychological Study]] (1916) - Hugo Münsterberg +=== Music ===
 +*"[[The Camp Meeting Jubilee]]" [http://youtube.com/watch?v=Lp1qU-_qPok&]
 + 
== Births == == Births ==
-*[[Unica Zürn]] (1916 - 1970)+*[[Unica Zürn]], German writer (d. 1970)
-*[[Moondog]] (1916 - 1999)+*[[Moondog]], American composer (d. 1999)
-*[[Brion Gysin]] (January 19, 1916 - July 13, 1986) +*[[Brion Gysin]], British writer (d. 1986)
-*[[Roald Dahl]] (13 September 1916 – 23 November 1990) +*[[Roald Dahl]], Welsh novelist (d. 1990)
-*[[Bert Haanstra]] (31 May 1916 – 23 October 1997) +*[[Bert Haanstra]], Dutch filmmaker (d. 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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1916 was 916th year of the 2nd millennium, the 16th year of the 20th century, and the 7th year of the 1910s decade.

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Art and culture

  • July 14 Dada, Zurich: "A line of poetry is a chance to get rid of all the filth that clings to this accursed language," Ball exclaimed. "I want the word where it ends and begins," he cried. "Dada is the heart of words." ("The First Dada Manifesto")

Literature

Poetry

Non fiction

Visual art

Photography

Film

Music

Births

Deaths




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