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Seven Dada manifestos, and Lapisteries

Author: Tristan Tzara; Francis Picabia; Barbara Wright
Publisher: Surrey, United Kingdom : Calder Publications, an imprint of Alma Books Ltd, [2018] ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : New and revised editionView 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.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tristan Tzara; Francis Picabia; Barbara Wright
ISBN: 071454860X 9780714548609
OCLC Number: 1019929909
Contents: Seven Dada manifestos: Monsieur Antipyrine's manifesto --
Dada manifesto 1918 --
Unpretentious proclamation --
Manifesto of Monsieur Aa the antiphilosopher --
Tristan Tzara's manifesto --
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 --
Pierre Reverdy --
Francis Picabia --
Open letter to Jacques Rivière --
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 Lautréamont, or the Cry --
Inside-out photography --
Man Ray --
Reply to a questionnaire --
Lecture on Dada.
Other Titles: Sept manifestes dada, Lampisteries.
Lampisteries
Responsibility: translated by Barbara Wright, with illustrations by Francis Picabia.

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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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