The Year That Was

A Gladiator's Gesture: Art after the Great War

September 24th, 2019  •  42 mins 46 secs  •  Download (29.4 MB)  •  Link with Timestamp

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In 1919, two competing art movements went head-to-head in Paris. One was The Return to Order, a movement about purity and harmony. The other was Dada, a movement about chaos and destruction. Their collision would change the trajectory of Western art.