Seven Dada Manifestos and Lampisteries
John Calder, 1 jan. 1977 - 118 pagina's
"This volume contains Tristan Tzara's famous manifestos which first appeared between 1916 and 1921 and which became basic texts of the modern movement and precursors and models for the surrealist manifestos that were to appear subsequently from Breton and his followers. Art for Tzara was both deadly serious and a game and the playfulness of his character is apparent not only in his polemic, often using dadaist typography, but in the delightful doodles and drawings contributed by his friend Francis Picabia. In addition to the seven manifestos, this volume also contains Tzara's Lampisteries, articles that throw light on various art forms contemporary with his own work at the time when post-war art, weary of the old certainties and the holocaust that emerged from them, turned decisively into subjective and often abstract forms, exchanging the reality of the mind for that of the senses."--BOOK JACKET.
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AA THE ANTIPHILOSOPHER action amongst Apollinaire artist beauty become blood Boomboom bourgeois bourgeoisie brain called charming colours Comte de Lautreamont constellations cosmic cryptograms cubists d'or or gold dadaist dance death destroy diarrhoea disgust dolour elements everything everywhere exist eyes false feelings flower francis picabia Gossip is encouraged human ideas idiots individual insinuate intelligence intensity interregnum invented Iwho journalists Lampisteries liberty light likeable limited companies live lMho logic longer look lwho lwho lwho lwho lwoh lwho Mho madness means Mho lwho Mho Mho mind MONSIEUR AA moral natural objects oil painting onanist organic organisation painting philosophers Picabia pierre reverdy piss poem poet poetry point of view pretensions principle proverb purity reality Reverdy Reverdy's sensitivity Seven Dada Manifestos shout sleep spirit star things Tiresias Tristan Tzara understand Voleur de Talan wind wlho woh lwho words Zurich Salle
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