TATA DADA : THE REAL LIFE AND CELESTIAL ADVENTURES OF TRISTAN TZARA
Materia: Monografías de arte contemporáneo
Samuel Rosenstock became Tzara in 1916 at the Cabaret Voltaire in Zürich, when he and others (including Hugo Ball and Hans Arp) invented Dada with a series of chaotic performances including multilingual (and nonlingual) shouting, music and calisthenics. Within a few years, Dada became an international artistic movement, a rallying point for young artists from Paris to Buenos Aires. With Ta Ta Dada, Marius Hentea offers the first Tristan Tzara english biography.