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Rebellion in the Arts (15-1) Yoo Hee Chang, So Jung Kim Introduction… Rebellion in Arts Painting Architecture Music Movie Which evolved after first World War (WWI) Painters Break Away Tradition get away from typical ways. artist made drawing not common objects.

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rebellion in the arts 15 1

Rebellion in the Arts (15-1)

Yoo Hee Chang, So Jung Kim

introduction
Introduction…

Rebellion in Arts

  • Painting
  • Architecture
  • Music
  • Movie

Which evolved after first World War (WWI)

painters break away tradition
Painters Break Away Tradition
  • get away from typical ways.
  • artist made drawing not common objects.
  • emotions and feelings.
  • kept deep inside them.
  • Paul Klee and Wassily Kandinsky
  • bold colors
  • distorted or exaggerated shapes and forms.
cubism 1907
Cubism 1907
  • inspired with traditional African art
  • founded by Pablo Picasso and George Braque, France.
  • technique did not followed classic techniques.
  • transformed natural shapes into geometric forms
  • influenced by Kandinsky.
dadaist 1916 1924
Dadaist 1916-1924
  • Dada movement was more like protest.
  • The term of Dada, French for “hobbyhorse” was picked on random without an specific meaning.
  • Dadaist works were meant to be absurd, nonsensical, and meaningless.
surrealism 1931
Surrealism 1931
  • Surrealism followed Dadaist.
  • movement had Freud’s ideas.
  • Tried to make a connection; world of dreams with real life.
  • Surreal meant “beyond or above reality.”
  • trying the make their paintings talk and express the unconscious part of their minds.
architects move in new direction
Architects Move in New Direction
  • Architects start new ways of constructing buildings.
  • Frank Lloyd Wright, US
  • designs reflected its function or use; this was functionalism.
composers try new styles
Composers Try New Styles
  • classical and popular music, composers new style
  • Arnold Schoenberg created 12-tone scale, notes were unrelated; mathematical patterns.
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Jazz
  • New popular music style was known as Jazz.
  • Jazz came out of United States.
  • Develop by musicians who were mainly African-Americans. In New Orleans and Chicago.
  • The lively beat of Jazz seemed to capture the freedom of the age.
movies revolutionize popular entertainment
Movies Revolutionize Popular Entertainment
  • started making films.
  • LA, California, Hollywood 90% of the movies were made.
  • Charlie Chaplin king of the silent screen became popular.
  • 1920s when additional sound transformed movies
  • 90 million went to the movies every week

“Click & Click”

technology changes life
Technology Changes Life
  • industrial revolution influence
  • the pace of inventions by WWI
  • drugs and medical treatments
  • developed that helped millions in postwar years
  • better transportation and communication
  • Automobile
    • number of car increased and price went down (more traveling)
  • Airplane
    • Charles Lindbergh, solo flight NY to Paris
    • After war, used as international air travel
  • Radio
    • Wireless communication
    • Not expensive
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