Dada Manifesto

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"I am writing a manifesto and there's nothing I want, and yet I'm saying certain things, and in principle I am against manifestos, as I am against principles..." -Tristan Tzara, Dada Manifesto 1918

Dada Manifesto: "I am writing a manifesto and there's nothing I want, and yet I'm saying certain things, and in principle I am against manifestos, as I am against principles.

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.

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The Dada art movement was intended to question and defy everything that art was perceived as at the time. “Dada is irony.” “Dada is politics.” “Dada will kick you in the behind,” exclaimed its …

Dada Manifesto by Hugo Ball 14th july 1916: 'Dada comes from the dictionary. it is terribly simple. In French it means "hobby horse." In German it means "good-by," "Get off my back," "Be seeing you sometime." In Romanian: "Yes, indeed, you are right, that's it. But of course, yes, definitely, right." And so forth'. -text at http://www.docstoc.com/docs/98555559/hugo-ball---dada-manifesto-july-1916

Dada Manifesto by Hugo Ball

Kurt Schwitters Cover of “Anna Blume, Dichtungen,” 1919 “Consistent poetry is made of letters. Letters as such have no sound, they offer only tonal possibilities, to be valuated.

Dada manifesto:   speculative concept of Dadaism and pop culture ideologies being combined

Dada manifesto

Dada manifesto: speculative concept of Dadaism and pop culture ideologies being combined

Dada Manifesto - Caitlin O'Neill.

Dada Manifesto - Caitlin O'Neill.

Dada Manifesto - youtube  Andre Codresceau reads an excerpt from the Dada Manifesto 1918, followed by the scholars William Camfield and Marc Dachy, who discuss its impact on the Avant Garde

Even though Dada came into being in the Dada Manifesto of by Tristan Tzara was the seminal tool that put Dada on the map.

""Dada Manifesto 1918”" by artsdesireable ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring art, 3buu, SpoonZBestiary and OlderBoy

""Dada Manifesto 1918”" by artsdesireable ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring art, 3buu, SpoonZBestiary and OlderBoy

Dada Manifesto by Tristan Tzara, 23rd March 1918 - 391.org - Manifestos

Dada Manifesto by Tristan Tzara, 23rd March 1918 - 391.org - Manifestos

Dada or Dadaism was an art movement which began in Zurich, Switzerland in 1916, spreading to Berlin shortly thereafter. It was born out of negative reaction to the horrors of World War I. Dada rejected reason and logic, prizing nonsense, irrationality and intuition. Dada activities included public gatherings, demonstrations, and publication of art/literary journals; passionate coverage of art, politics, and culture were topics often discussed in a variety of media.

The publication 'Der Dada' which began in This publication was of huge importance to the political message of Dada

Dada Manifesto, 1918. The Dada Manifesto was publicized in 1918 as Hausmann begins to assess photomontages, along with assemblages and the WW1 comes to an end.

First manifesto of Dada,read by Hugo ball. (pictured) "Dada is everything, dada is nothing.

Dada Manifesto by Tristan Tzara, 23rd March 1918 - 391.org - Manifestos

Dada Manifesto by Tristan Tzara, 23rd March 1918 - 391.org - Manifestos

Six Dada Manifestos by George Tsavalos

The specific book presents six Dada manifestos, which were written in Dada was a movement that appeared during the World War I as a reaction to the irrationalism and the values that caused the war to occur.

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