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Extra info for A Companion to Dada and Surrealism (Blackwell Companions to Art History)
As he did so, however, Tzara seized the initiative and began to step up publishing activities. These played a key part in defining dada’s presence beyond the local context and in producing what could now be thought of and marketed as “dadaist” art and literature. A series of publications under the mantle of the Collection Dada appeared: Tzara’s La première aventure celeste de Mr. Antipyrine (Mr. Antipyrine’s first celestial adventure) in July 1916; Huelsenbeck’s Schalaben, schalabai, schalamezomai in August 1916; Phantastische Gebete (Fantastic Prayers) in September 1916; and Janco’s Album of woodcuts with a poem by Tzara.
Herr Ephraim agreed and gave me the room. And I went to some people I knew and asked “Please give a picture, a drawing, an engraving. ” I went to the friendly Zurich press and said “Put out some announcements. There is going to be an international cabaret. ” And they gave me pictures and put out my announcements. So on 5th February we had a cabaret. Ball (1916, 5) This sparse little story of the origins of the Cabaret Voltaire in a back room in Zurich in 1916 was written by Hugo Ball, German poet, dramaturg, intellectual, and occasional pianist.
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