Tristan 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 Sophie Traeuber se instalaron en Clamart a finales de 1929 y muy pronto el lugar acogio a todos sus amigos: Max Ernst, Tristan Tzara, James Joyce, Kurt Schwitters .
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.
El cartel Salon Dada, de Tristan Tzara, sobre una "exposicion internacional" que tuvo lugar en junio de 1921, es un ejemplo de promocion grafica dadaista.
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.
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.
He himself was a fabulous photographer and he produced hundreds of images of various Dada and Surrealist artists that he had published, including Marcel Duchamp, Jean Arp, Tristan Tzara, Hans Bellmer, Giorgio de Chirico, and, of course, Dali.
Dada spread to several centers in Europe and the US and was represented by such artists Jean Arp, Kurt Schwitters, Max Ernst, and the Romanian poet Tristan Tzara, among others.
Tristan Tzara & company were political to the core, smashing stained-glass mythologies against brain tissue leaving behind enraged tattoos impossible to remove.
In Part Three, Scott studies boxing literature, examining in rapid succession authors such as Tristan Tzara, Paul Eluard, Vladimir Nabokov, Maurice Maeterlinck, and Joyce Carol Oates, among others.
It is only on page 105 that Tristan Tzara arrives in Paris to meet Andre Breton.
Set in Zurich during the First World War the upheavals in Europe have forced many artists and intellectuals to drift into town, including such luminaries as James Joyce, Lenin and Tristan Tzara (who launched Dadaism).
After briefly reminding the reader of the influence of Tristan Tzara (dadaism), Brancusi, Victor Brauner and Ionescu, the essay jumps to the development of the paradoxist movement out of 1960s postmodernism, and in particular to the work of Florentin Smarandache.
3) Tristan Tzara himself confirmed much later, in an interview in 1959, that Dada was not a "school," not a "direction," but an "adventure," "against all conventions, theories and dogmas.