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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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With Tristan Tzara and Hugo Ball as one of its pioneers, the movement which was developed in reaction to the First World War rejected the logic, reason, and aestheticism of modern capitalist society, instead expressing an anti-bourgeois philosophy.
Junto con su companera Sophie Taeuber, sus amigos los poetas rumanos Tristan Tzara y Marcel janeo y los alemanes Hugo Ball, Richard Huelsenbeck y Hans Richter, Arp fue al origen del movimiento dada que surgio en febrero de 1916 en una modesta taberna de Zurich que Ball habia bautizado como Cabaret Voltaire.
Obras de artistas como Hugo Ball, Tristan Tzara y Richard Huelsenbeck, dan testimonio del movimiento que se convertiria en una de las principales vanguardias europeas del siglo XX.
He lived from 1888 to 1976 and started the Dada movement with Hugo Ball, Tristan Tzara, and others in Zurich, between 1960 and 1920.
They preferred it when he was the darling of the avant-garde, notably with Marcel Duchamp (whom he met in 1911), and when he was feted in Europe and across the oceans for his cool, witty and daring abstractions, and then for the work he made after meeting Tristan Tzara and his fellow Dadaists in Zurich in 1918 and associating with figures such as Apollinaire in Paris (Fig.
Tristan Tzara, Benjamin Fondane, Ilarie Voronca et Claude Sernet, pour les nommer dans l'ordre de leur installation a Paris, ne sont que quatre de tous ces <<nombreux (.
Schwitters pertenecio a la vieja guardia dadaista con Tristan Tzara, Hugo Ball, Francis Picabia, Jean Arp y algunos otros.
After Buffet and her husband visited Tristan Tzara, the grand impresario of Dada, in Zurich, she recalled that she had been "very amused by the word 'dada' that we had never heard before.
It published Catalan translations of French writers, such as Tristan Tzara, Pierre Reverdy, and Philippe Soupault, along with Catalan prose, poems, and calligrammes inspired by Guillaume Apollinaire.
In the words of Tristan Tzara, "These are projections surprised in transparence, by the light of tenderness, of things that dream and talk in their sleep.
Eso es tan imposible como ridiculo seria pedirle a Tristan Tzara que fabrique antipoesia parriana con su Pour faire un poeme dadaiste de 1924.
Cecile Barques next discusses Sonia's relationships with Romanian Dada founder Tristan Tzara, Russian Futurist Iliazd, and others after the Delaunays returned to Paris in 1921.