World War I, Futurism and Dada
Boccioni and the Futurists responded very differently than did Duchamp and the Dada artists to the violence of the Great War. Dada was an anti-art movement that sought to subvert the function of the arts in an increasingly commercial and militaristic society. Dada develops in numerous cities including Zurich, Berlin, Paris, and New York in the context WWI.
Part of Expressionism to Pop Art
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