Ion Vinea

Ion Vinea
1895 - 1964
Ion Vinea  Romanian Columnist

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Birthday 17th April, 1895
Birthplace Giurgiu
Died 6th July, 1964
Place of Death Bucharest
Zodiac Sign Aries
Nationality Romanian
Occupation Text poet, novelist, literary theorist, art critic, columnist, politician
Occupation Columnist
Music Genre (Text) lyric poetry, prose poem, parody, satire, collaborative fiction, sketch story, memoir, autofiction, psychological novel, Bildungsroman, erotica

Ion Vinea (born Ioan Eugen Iovanaki, sometimes Iovanache; April 17, 1895 – July 6, 1964) was a Romanian poet, novelist, journalist, literary theorist, and political figure. He became active on the modernist scene during his teens, his poetic work always indebted to the Symbolist movement, and first founded, with Tristan Tzara and Marcel Janco, the review Simbolul. The more conservative Vinea drifted apart from them as they rose to international fame with the Dada artistic experiment, being instead affiliated with left-wing counterculture in World War I Romania. With N. D. Cocea, Vinea edited the socialist Chemarea, but returned to the international avant-garde in 1923–1924, an affiliate of Constructivism, Futurism, and, marginally, Surrealism.

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