It wasn’t an artistic movement as such, it was an attitude that expressed despair and disgust. They fought against the established order, characterized by a greedy society longing for power. Dadaists tried to end up with any concept of art, literature or poetry from the past. They supported a new ideology, a new way of living.
Dadaists experienced different styles. Their works would be later developed by the Surrealist Movement. Some important painters were Johannes Theodor Baargeld and Hans Richter.
R. Mott: Urinary (1917)
Author: Pablo Fernández Suárez