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Seven Dada Manifestos and Lampisteries.

Author: Tristan Tzara; Barbara Wright
Publisher: London : Alma Books, 2013.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This volume contains Tristan Tzara's famous manifestos, which first appeared between 1916 and 1921 and became essential texts of the modern movement and models for Breton's Surrealist manifestos. Art for Tzara was both deadly serious and a game, and the playfulness of his character is apparent not only in his polemic, which often uses dadaist typography, but in the delightful drawings contributed by Francis Picabia.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Tzara, Tristan.
Seven Dada Manifestos and Lampisteries.
London : Alma Books, ©2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tristan Tzara; Barbara Wright
ISBN: 9780714545684 0714545686
OCLC Number: 980748591
Description: 1 online resource (129 pages)
Contents: MONSIEUR ANTIPYRINE'S MANIFESTO; DADA MANIFESTO 1918; UNPRETENTIOUS PROCLAMATION; MANIFESTO OF MONSIEUR AA THE ANTIPHILOSOPHER; TRISTAN TZARA; MONSIEUR AA THE ANTIPHILOSOPHER SENDS US THIS MANIFESTO; DADA MANIFESTO ON FEEBLE LOVE AND BITTER LOVE; APPENDICES; HOW I BECAME CHARMING LIKEABLE AND DELIGHTFUL; COLONIAL SYLLOGISM; Lampisteries; note on art; note on negro art; note on art --
h. arp; guillaume apollinaire ""le poete assassine"" ""les mamelles de tiresias""; pierre reverdy ""le voleur de talan""; pierre albert-birot trente et un poemes de poche; note on negro poetry. Guillaume appollinaire is deadr. huelsenbeck ""prieres fantas tiques""; note on poetry; pierre reverdy ""les ardoises du toit"" ""les jockeys camoufles""; francis picabia ""l'athlete des pompes funebres"" ""rateliers platoniques""; francis picabia ""pensees sans langage""; open letter to jacques riviere; art and hunting; dada proverb; the bankruptcy of humour reply to a questionnaire; I have seen ""the deflatable man"" at the olympia; note on the comte de lautreamont, or the cry; inside-out photography man ray; reply to a questionnaire; lecture on dada; Notes.

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Tristan Tzara was like me, like Socrates, like Chateaubriand, a very small, fat and very ugly man, but with incredible charm! -- Fernando Arrabal

 
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