Dada and Surrealisme: Europe after the rain (foto YouTube)
Max Ernst – Europe after the rain
Dada and Surrealism: Europe After The Rain (1978) (Documentary)
Published 25 jan. 2018
This documentary examines the work of the leading exponents of Dada and Surrealism, from the World War I through the 1920’s and 1930’s.
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International in scope and diverse in artistic output, both Dada and Surrealism were artistic, literary and intellectual movements of the early 20th century that were instrumental in defining Modernism. The Dada movement, launched in 1916 in Zurich by poets and artists such as Tristan Tzara and Hans Arp, was a direct reaction to the slaughter, propaganda and inanity of World War I.
After the war, many of the artists who had participated in the Dada movement began to practice in a Surrealist mode. Surrealism was officially inaugurated in 1924 when the writer André Breton published the Manifesto of Surrealism. Similar to Dada, Surrealism was characterized by a profound disillusionment with and condemnation of the Western emphasis on logic and reason.