The interwar period (1918-1939) was a time of intense social, political and cultural changes, which were reflected in art. After the traumatic experiences of World War I, artists began to experiment with new forms of expression, moving away from traditional styles and looking for new ways of communication. It was the time of the birth of many avant-garde artistic movements, such as surrealism, Dadaism, expressionism and Bauhaus, which influenced painting, sculpture, architecture, literature and design.


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