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Surrealism began in the early 1920s during World War I and World War II It was part of the DADA movement that was centered in Paris Surrealism was created to attack society through scandal Tristian Tzara was the leader of the dada movement during this time and felt that since people favored war then they did not deserve art and he decided to give it the anti art and ugliness look Suarez Mariu History of Surrealism Web 14 Nov 2011 The art however became a hit and instead of becoming the dreadful rebellious art work people found it to be art instead of anti-art The style of surrealism is visual imagery from the subconscious mind that is not intended to make art work logically comprehensible artcyclopedia Artist by Movement Surrealism Web 15 Nov 2011 Surrealism was divided into two different groups after research by Michael S Bell One group was the Automatists which were defined as the consciousness in favor of the subconscious The second group was Veristic surrealist were the means to represent to represent the images of the subconscious with veracity as a way to freeze images that if unrecorded would easily dissolve once again into the unknownSuarez Mariu History of SurrealismWeb 14 Nov 2011 During the 1920s not only was surrealism created but there were many discoveries and inventions that were found during this time On November 2 1920 the first radio was invented and women got their first vote September 8 1921 was the first Miss America Pageant The antibiotic penicillin was found and insulin for diabetics was discovered A national event of this time was the canceling of all state minimum wages laws and Nellie Ross of Wyoming became the first women elected governor of a state Harlem Renaissance began and in 1922
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