I think that little by little, I'll be able to solve my problems and survive. Frida Kahlo
Arte a gran escala
Adolf Loos-Paris, The house of Tristan Tzara, 1926-The modern-style house was built in 1926 by Austrian architect Adolf Loos for the poet & writer Tristan Tzara – founding father of Dadaism – and his wife, the painter, Knitson. The rigidly functionalist Maison Tristan Tzara, built in Montmartre, was designed following Tzara's specific requirements and decorated with samples of African art. It was Loos' only major contribution in his Parisian years.