Art is only possible in a world with democracy. The art movement of Dadaism questioned all existing norms and values with irony. Dada was a short but decisive period of absolute artistic freedom. There was no place for logic, but only artistic room for magic and absurdism. In this exhibition Dada and Democracy, we present the work of photographers who question the social and political situation of the world in our time. Enjoy the art photography by Asier Sanz (Bilbao, Spain), Ilias Lois (Athens, Greece), Almudena Blasco (Andalusia, Spain), Anna Levadnykh (Krasnoyarsk, Russia), Patra Arkopravo (Kolkata, India), Hélène Guétary (Paris, France), Koichiro Kojima (Osaka, Japan), Konstantinos Markogiannis (Thessaloniki, Greece), Lexicon love (Sydney, Australia), Lois Notebaart (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), Mane Hovhannisyan (Armenia, Yerevan), Miriam Levi (Italy), Natalya Rasskazova (Moscow, Russia), Dmitry Pechurin (Moscow, Russia), Petra Jaenicke (Crumbach, Germany), Pien Senders Westerveld (Schiedam, The Netherlands), Rachel Dixon (Oxford, United Kingdom), Rogelio Séptimo Campos (Morelia, México), Samin Ahmadzadeh (London, United Kingdom), Cityabyss (Poland), and Yusuf Sahin (Ankara, Turkey).