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TIE DYE REVOLUTIONISTS: BAD CHEMICAL REACTION

Yesterday’s radicalism fades in unaccountable ways into today’s reaction, and what the revolutionaries intended to build may turn out the precise reverse. ( Hannah Arendt ) What was new with the 60′s counter-culture was the sheer mass character of the … Continue reading

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Photomontage, Berlin Dada & Adolf Scissorhands

Dada did not have homogenous and formal characteristics as other art styles. Dada cannot be considered an art style per se, but in general, an anti-art movement ┬áthat began as a response to the mercantilism and colonialism that gave rise … Continue reading

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Cabaret Voltaire

The Cabaret Voltaire was an avant-garde group of artist/intellectuals who performed at a bar of the same name in Zurich at the height of the Great War. I viewed some images of anti-Hitler artwork produced by the Berlin school so … Continue reading

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