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Tzara

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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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 .
Ne en Roumanie, a Moinesti, en 1896, Tristan Tzara (de son vrai nom Samuel Rosenstock) est un ecrivain d'origine juive etabli a Paris en 1920, apres avoir vecu durant la Grande Guerre a Zurich, ou il avait fonde, le 8 fevrier 1916, avec Hugo Ball, Hans Arp, Marcel Janco, Richard Huelsenbeck, Emmy Hennings et Hans Richter le mouvement << Dada >>.
Se me perdonara una disyuncion tan elemental--y espero no estar obrando como esos "profesores espanoles" a los que se refirio el mismo Tzara en otra ocasion--pero es la comparacion entre cielo zoomorfo y logica simbolica la que le da, precisamente, sentido.
Since Tzara, Lenin, and Joyce are also travesties of the real historical figures, whatever is attributed to the real character is inverted or trivialized in the play.
En la muestra anunciada, Tzara habia invitado a escritores a dibujar imagenes, cuyo resultado fueron unas obras carentes de sentido y sin calidad plastica, como era el proposito de las vanguardias hacia el arte.
Em sua generalidade, esse julgamento e erroneo--basta pensar em seus compatriotas Emil Cioran, Eugen Ionescu, Panait Istrati, Gherasim Luca ou Tristan Tzara, que adquiriram todos um renome mundial como escritores franceses.
8221; She Integrates the surrealist movement, which she considers immortal and closely follows the French surrealism (whose founder was Andre Breton, with whom she coexisted) and also the work done by her friends, such as Triston Tzara.
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.
Como indicaba anteriormente, dentro de este proyecto de superacion de la disociacion entre arte y vida tuvo lugar un esfuerzo incesante de parte de artistas como Duchamp, Dali, Tristan Tzara y Dziga Vertov por poner en crisis los codigos clasicos de recepcion de la obra tendientes a la auratizacion.
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.
The sound poets of the early twentieth century, people like Tristan Tzara and Hugo Ball, were experimenting with vowel/phoneme combinations long ago.