Tristan Tzara

Tristan Tzara

Tristan Tzara was a key figure in the Dada movement, which emerged during World War I. This visual style, popular between 1916 and the early 1920s, aimed to reject logic and reason, embracing chaos and absurdity instead. It encompassed various mediums including painting, collage, poetry, and performance art. Dada artists, including Tzara, sought to challenge traditional artistic conventions and social norms through their works, often incorporating found objects and nonsensical elements. The style gained fame for its outrageous and provocative nature, emphasizing anti-art and the deconstruction of established norms.

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SOMETHING in the style of Tristan Tzara

See also

Marcel DuchampHannah HöchMan Ray