Tristan Tzara's Rare sept manifestes dada
Tristan Tzara. sept manifestes dada.
quelques dessins de francis picabia. Paris: éditions du
diorama, jean budry et co., . First edition. Text in French.
Presentation copy, inscribed by the author, "an Double Dealer /
Tristan TZARA / Paris Oct. 1924" on the half-title page. Small
octavo.  pages. Publisher's original dark purple paste-paper
boards, printed paper label affixed to front board and spine.
Binding chipped and creased, rear joint chipped, text toned and
occasionally soiled. Still, a very good copy of a rare and fragile
item. Born from the horrors of World War I, dada was begun by a
group of artists and writers who had had enough of reason and logic
and they decided to dedicate this movement to nonsense,
irrationality and intuition. Although relatively small, the dada
movement was very influential (especially to Surrealism), and key
figures of the movement included Tzara (one of the primary writers
involved), Francis Picabia, George Grosz, Marcel Duchamp (perhaps
it most prominent member), and Hans Richter.
with Illustrations by Francis Picabia
in Original Wrappers, Inscribed by Tzara
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