February 25, 2017

Homework Help: History

Posted by Sara on Friday, January 14, 2011 at 9:12pm.

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My answer:

The biggest art movement that came out of World War One was the Dada movement. The Dada was a movement that saw aspects and society of modernism as the source cause of World War One. Artists who made Dada’s art rejected the conventional standards of regular art and created art different from the other terms. They believed that the logic and reason lead to the war. Because of this, they decided to embrace the opposite. Whatever the other artists were trying to make their art look like, they did the complete opposite. Believed it was that rejection of society would ruin what had destroyed their personal lives a lot. The Dada movement created the new view of art, or modern art such as our music, paintings, literature, and the fads of the post-modern era.

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