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Affiche originale : "Mise en accusation et jugement de M. Maurice Barrès par Dada"

DADA & [Maurice BARRES]

Affiche originale : "Mise en accusation et jugement de M. Maurice Barrès par Dada"

s.n. 13 mai 1921, Affiche : 32x24cm / Cadre : 45;5x37,5cm, une affiche encadrée sous verre.


Original poster: «Charges against and trial of M. Maurice Barrès by Dada»


13 May 1921 | Poster: 32 x 24 cm / Frame: 45.5 x 37.5 cm | poster, framed and glazed
An original Dadaist poster entitled «Charges against and trial of M. Maurice Barrès by Dada» framed and glazed on both sides. On the verso is an «Extract from the charge sheet» written by André Breton, followed by a list of the contributors. A manuscript annotation «VI n°47» to left-hand corner of verso. One small repair using a strip of paper not touching text to verso. Folds, otherwise a well-preserved poster with vibrant yellows.
A poster announcing the fictitious criminal trial of Maurice Barrès by the Dadaists, held on Friday 13th May 1921 at the Salle des sociétés savantes, 8 rue Danton, Paris. This happening marked a significant divergence between - on the one hand - the team behind the review Littérature (Breton, Aragon, Soupault...) and, on the other, Tristan Tzara and his friends.
Charged with «crimes against the security of the spirit», Barrès was sentenced to the cruel and inhuman punishment of twenty years of forced labor by a jury of twelve spectators.
The trial was transcribed in issue 20 of Littérature.

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