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French writer and collagist. He spent his childhood in Argentina, moving to Paris at the age of 16. He greatly admired Dada, which was by then largely exhausted in Paris. In 1928 he collaborated with Henri d’Arche on the film La Perle and soon after became involved in ...

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Roberto Pontual

Brazilian painter and draughtsman. In the 1950s he studied painting and printmaking in São Paulo, New York and Paris. His early work was influenced by Dada, especially Duchamp, and by Pop art, for example The [red-light] District: Rosario Did Not Go Away. Why? (1964...

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Mexican, 20th century, male.

Born 13 March 1880, in Veracruz; died 10 January 1961, in Stamford.

Painter, draughtsman, caricaturist, writer.

Dadaism.

Marius Zayas organised an exhibition of his caricatures in New York in 1913 following an earlier exhibition by Picabia. He struck up a friendship with this artist and also with Marcel Duchamp and Alfred Stieglitz, founder of Gallery ...