Tzara


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French poet (born in Romania) who was one of the cofounders of the dada movement (1896-1963)

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Arp y Tzara, por ejemplo, cada cual a su manera, otorgaron una importancia capital al azar y al sueno en su proceso creativo abriendo camino a los surrealistas.
Unis donc par l'origine juive, la provenance roumaine et par une indeniable participation fondatrice aux mouvements europeens d'avantgarde durant la Premiere Guerre Mondiale et dans l'entre-deux-guerres, Tristan Tzara, Benjamin Fondane, Ilarie Voronca et Claude Sernet seront reunis en France durant la Deuxieme Guerre Mondiale, le second evenement historique irremissible qui allait profondement marquer leurs biographies.
During the height of Parisian Dada, Everling housed Tristan Tzara for a year.
Tristan Tzara, quoted in English translation in Man Ray, Photographs by Man Ray: 105 Works, 1920-1934 (New York: Dover Publications, 1934), 84.
En Tzara lo poetico no radica, desde luego, en la prosa producida, sino en el modo de producirla.
Etymologies, the Bible, Japanese landscape screens, the 20th-century avant-garde composer Giacinto Scelsi, differential geometry, Tristan Tzara, the early history of the periodic table--all achieve brief, glittering apotheoses amid the vortex of the speaking I and its intimate, autobiographical traces.
Rilke--quien prologara en 1931 una compilacion de sus dibujos--, con quien mantuvo una relacion cercana; otros poetas que lo alentaron: Artaud, Bataille, Malraux, Camus, Rene Chard, Yves Bonnefoy, Eluard, Tristan Tzara, o los grandes historiadores y criticos del arte, como Rewald, Clark, Lord, Cooper, Calvo Serraller, Hess .
Upon a remark of a friend that Dadaist Tzara, Lenin, and perhaps Freud were living in Zurich in 1916, Stoppard decides to write a play "a two act-thing, with one act a Dadaist play on Communist ideology and the other an ideological functional drama about Dadaists" (Gussow 8).
Se, por um lado, em se tratando da pratica da performance, podemos localizar (pelo menos) um antecedente nas apresentacoes dadaistas de Hugo Ball, Tristan Tzara, Jean Arp, Richard Huelsenbeck e companhia, no Cabare Voltaire, da Zurique de 1916, nao ha razao para vincular tais eventos a Experiencia, ainda que Carvalho pudesse ter tido noticia de sua ocorrencia.
Si bien Marcel Duchamp, Francis Picabia o Tristan Tzara han influido tambien en el diseno grafico, la impresion mas decisiva fue la del propio Heartfield, junto con los dadas alemanes, Georges Grosz, Raoul Hausmann (5), Hannah Hoch, Baader, Hoech y Max Ernst, las maderas de Hans Arp o Kurt Schwitters.
Incredibly refreshing and a unique avour, Kuppers is the best known variety, but [euro]ornbridge also do a Kolsch - Tzara.
In their internationalism, Blaga had served as press attache and cultural officer to embassies in Prague, Warsaw, Vienna and Bern, and Plennipotential Minister to Portugal, and Naum had spent his years as a doctoral student in Paris 1936-1940 and counted the members of the Romanian Avantgarde exiled in France (the flamboyant Dadaist Tristan Tzara, the painter Victor Brauner) among his closest friends and collaborators.
Cette liaison culturelle et linguistique puissante cultivee depuis des siecles a ete soutenue par des artistes (Brancusi), musiciens (George Enescu, Dinu Lipatti, Clara Haskil), des personnalites intelectuelles feminines (Martha Bibesco, Anna de Noailles, Elena Vacaresco) et nombreux ecrivains (Eugene Ionesco, Emil Cioran, Panait Istrati) ou avant-gardistes comme Tristan Tzara, Gherasim Luca, Benjamin Fondane).
Gracas aos contatos com os escritores e pintores exilados em Paris, como Tristan Tzara ou Victor Brauner, os romenos estiveram bem informados sobre o surrealismo no periodo entreguerras.
To emphasize how contested the ideological terrain is within any particular avant-garde, he recounts the squabble within Paris Dada that produced both the sober, Breton-helmed 1921 mock trial of Maurice Barres, through which Breton and Aragon attempted to expulse Tristan Tzara, and Tzara's retaliatory "trial" of Breton, which degenerated into a Tzara-approved melee.