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    By: Michel Sanouillet & Anne Sanouillet & Michele Humbert & Sharmila Ganguly

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    ISBN
    9780262013031
    Date Released
    Binding
    Hardcover
    Pages
    705
     

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    Description
    This volume examines the Dada art movement, offering a behind-the-scenes account of the French avant-garde's riotous adolescence, with a timeline that begins with Tzara and Picabia and stretches to include Breton, Philippe Soupault, Louis Aragon, and Paul âEluard. The author (one of the foremost specialists of the Dada movement) describes the pre-Dada Parisian era, the connection made with Zurich Dada, and Parisian Dada projects and their reception. Finally, by 1923, Dada-according-to-Tzara gave way to Dada-according-to-Breton -- which a few months later, under tumultuous circumstances, took on the new name of Surrealism. The longer-lasting, more conservative Surrealism would overshadow Dada for decades to come.

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