Tristan Tzara was primarily the founder of Dadaism. A poet, this Romanian born French artist wrote the first Dada texts including Vingt-cinq poémes (1918; “Twenty-Five Poems”) – and the movement’s manifestos, Sept manifestes Dada (1924; “Seven Dada Manifestos”) He was a regular performer at ‘Cabaret Voltaire’ in Zurich.
Dadaísmo 1920 Provocação, ruptura do discurso
PHOTOMONTAGE [JOHN HEARTFIELD PHOTOMONTEUR]
''The rest, called literature, is a dossier of human imbecility for the guidance of future professors.''......Tristan Tzara ...(dada)
Raoul Hausmann, Autoportrait du Dadasophe, 1920.
emmy hennings. In The Magic Bishop: Hugo Ball, Dada Poet, author Erdmute Wenzel White writes that Hennings “was admired by expressionists as the incarnation of the cabaret artist of her time... The shining star of the Voltaire, according to the Zuricher Post (Zurich Post), her role in Dada has not been adequately acknowledged.” (p. 11).