Archive for Tristan Tzara

Cadavre #7

Posted in André Breton, Cadavre Exquis, Surrealism with tags , , on October 13, 2012 by Dylan Thomas Hayden

André Breton, Greta Knutson, Tristan Tzara, Valentine Hugo, 1936

Two Heroes

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , on April 16, 2012 by Dylan Thomas Hayden

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Tristan Tzara
16 April 1896 – 25 December 1963 

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Spike Milligan
16 April 1918 – 27 February 2002 

Yet Another Cadavre

Posted in André Breton, Cadavre Exquis, Drawing, Surrealism with tags , , on October 16, 2010 by Dylan Thomas Hayden

André Breton, Valentine Hugo, Tristan Tzara and Greta Knutson, 1933

One More Cadavre

Posted in André Breton, Art, Cadavre Exquis, Drawing, Surrealism with tags , , on October 4, 2010 by Dylan Thomas Hayden


‘Portrait de Breton’ by André Breton, Tristan Tzara, Paul Eluard and Valentine Hugo, 1931-32

The Tower

Posted in Photo, Surrealism with tags , , , on August 27, 2010 by Dylan Thomas Hayden














“There have always been, and there still are, two themes in everything I do: freedom and pleasure.”

Emmanuel Radnitzky AKA Man Ray
August 27, 1890 – November 18, 1976

Two More Cadavres

Posted in André Breton, Cadavre Exquis, Drawing, Surrealism with tags , , , , on August 20, 2010 by Dylan Thomas Hayden


Nusch Eluard, Valentine Hugo, Andre Breton, Paul Eluard 1930


Greta Knutson, Tristan Tzara, Valentine Hugo 1929

Cadavre Exquis

Posted in André Breton, Cadavre Exquis, Drawing, Surrealism with tags , , on August 9, 2010 by Dylan Thomas Hayden


Cadavre Exquis made by Valentine Hugo, André Breton, Tristan Tzara and Greta Knutson

Calling Card

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , on June 15, 2010 by Dylan Thomas Hayden

La revue Dada 2

Posted in Poetry with tags , , , on May 2, 2010 by Dylan Thomas Hayden

pour Marcel Janco

Five black girls in a car
exploded following the five directions of my digits
when i put hand to breast to pray God [sometimes]
around my head there is the humid light of the old
     lunar birds
the saints’ green halo around cerebral evasions
tralalalalalalalalalala
that one sees now bursting in bombs

there’s a young man who eats his lungs
then he has diarrhea
then he lets a luminous fart
like the returning birds a poem sings
like death gushes from cannons
he let a fart so luminous that the house became midnight
the great sailboat opened its book like an angel though
     it was planned

     your leaves, spring, like a fine page of
     typography
zoumbaï zoumbaï zoumbaï di
your outline in my intestines has eaten good and evil
above all evil like a general’s joy
for since I am afraid the rats gnaw the church without a servant I have
     carried the draperies and on each one there was our Lord
     and on each lord there was my heart
my heart I gave for a drink heehee

–Tristan Tzara, translation by DTH

Wise Old Dada

Posted in Philosophy, Poetry with tags , on May 7, 2009 by Dylan Thomas Hayden

VII

je dis comme je vis
je vois comme la voix
je prends comme j’offre
ma vie est ainsi

je ne dois rien à personne
je dois tout à tous les hommes

from Quarante Chansons et Déchansons, Tristan Tzara, 1954
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