Tzara


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 (tzä′rä), Tristan Originally Sami Rosenstock. 1896-1963.
Romanian-born French writer, noted as a founder of Dadaism. His poems use jarring incongruities and deliberate nonsense as a protest against conventional culture.

Tzara

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(Biography) Tristan, original name Samuel Rosenstock. 1896–1963, French poet and essayist, born in Romania, best known as the founder of Dada: author of The Approximate Man (1931).
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Noun1.Tzara - French poet (born in Romania) who was one of the cofounders of the dada movement (1896-1963)
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The show begins by situating Delaunay's interest in color as rhythm within the milieu of the early avant-garde, presenting water-colors of the artist's robe-poemes--dresses adorned with text by Tristan Tzara, among others, that were worn to Dada soirees--alongside her best-known project, La prose du Transsiberien et de la petite Jehanne de France, 1913.
O 'automatismo', portanto, apresenta-se como 'palavra-chave' para a poetica surrealista, mas diferentemente do Dadaismo, em que Tzara apresentava como prescricao para o fazer poetico a agitacao de recortes de palavras em um chapeu.
My dear friend," writes Tzara mournfully after a misunderstanding, "why are you forgetting me?
The Poetry of Dada and Surrealism: Aragon, Breton, Tzara, Eluard & Desnos.
The Posthuman Dada Guide: tzara & lenin play chess
Among these refugees were Hugo Bail, his soon-to-be wife Emmy Hennings, Tristan Tzara, the Janco brothers (Marcel, George and Jules), Arthur Segal, Jean Arp and Richard Huelsen-beck--the future founders of Dada and its home, the Cabaret Voltaire.
Perhaps the most well-known Dadaist gestures involved a recipe by Tristan Tzara for making a poem: merely cut out words from a newspaper, mix them up in a hat, and reassemble.
But there is overwhelming historical evidence that, early on in his career, Roumain creatively adapted lyric practices established by Aragon, Tzara, Breton, Apollinaire, and other avant-garde contemporaries in France.
El autor espanol comenta como Tzara hizo surgir el dadaismo y como de las cenizas de este movimiento emergio el surrealismo (Ismos, 292).
I doubt that Andre Breton or Tristan Tzara could have topped "the icy inane" in its "fine diaper of silver and mother-of-pearl/ freaking the intense azure.
There he got acquainted with Andre Breton, Tristan Tzara, and many others in the Surrealist movement, and became part of the Italiens de Paris, with, among others, Giacometti and De Chirico.
Born Samuel Rosenstock in Romania in 1896, Tzara is known as the Father of Dada and perhaps the prime mover on the artistic school in Zurich and Paris that led to Surrealism.