5.1 A World in Turmoil Introduction

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What was a key focus of Synthetic Cubism?

What was a common material used in Dadaism art?

What was the concept behind the design of Bauhaus?

What influenced the art of Surrealism?

What were the primary forces driving globalization by the beginning of the 20th Century?

By 1910, which regions were controlled by European countries?

Which regions fell into economic decline or were under control by other nations during the early 1900s?

What were the new courses of art that emerged at the beginning of the 20th century?

What impact did World War I have on global events?

What characterized the global financial system during the first half of the 20th century?

Which regions were controlled by European countries by 1910?

What characterized the global financial system at the beginning of the 20th Century?

What was the primary force driving globalization by the beginning of the 20th Century?

During the early 1900s, which regions fell into economic decline or were under control by other nations?

What did European countries experience by 1910?

What was the primary focus of Analytic Cubism?

What was a key characteristic of Dadaism art?

What was the concept behind the design of Bauhaus?

What was the main influence behind the art of Surrealism?

What led to the opportunity for the Harlem Renaissance?

What were the primary forces driving globalization by the beginning of the 20th Century?

What characterized the global financial system during the first half of the 20th century?

What influenced the art of Surrealism?

Summary

20th Century Global Changes and Art Movements

  • European countries exported their social cultures and sciences, leading to competition in industry, technology, architecture, and scientific concepts.
  • Declining countries struggled to industrialize and compete globally, leading to significant upheavals worldwide.
  • Rapid economic and industrial growth led to environmental destruction.
  • Rising economies and nationalist movements weakened Europe's control and influence.
  • Industrialized regions of Europe, North America, USSR, and Japan dominated the global financial system.
  • Two conflicting power blocs emerged: the United States and the USSR.
  • Population growth, technological advancements, and urbanization changed social landscapes.
  • The first half of the 20th century included two world wars, a great depression, and a significant redistribution of global power.
  • World War I led to the growth of communism in Russia, breakdown of social norms, and nationalist movements in other countries.
  • World War II brought about Hitler's Nazism, fascism, and changes in the global art world.
  • The chaos of the time led to experimentation and innovation in art, with new modes of expression and cross-cultural influences.
  • The beginning of the 20th century brought three new courses of art: expression, fantasy, and abstraction, leading to movements such as Fauvism and Cubism.

20th Century Global Changes and Art Movements

  • European countries exported their social cultures and sciences, leading to competition in industry, technology, architecture, and scientific concepts.
  • Declining countries struggled to industrialize and compete globally, leading to significant upheavals worldwide.
  • Rapid economic and industrial growth led to environmental destruction.
  • Rising economies and nationalist movements weakened Europe's control and influence.
  • Industrialized regions of Europe, North America, USSR, and Japan dominated the global financial system.
  • Two conflicting power blocs emerged: the United States and the USSR.
  • Population growth, technological advancements, and urbanization changed social landscapes.
  • The first half of the 20th century included two world wars, a great depression, and a significant redistribution of global power.
  • World War I led to the growth of communism in Russia, breakdown of social norms, and nationalist movements in other countries.
  • World War II brought about Hitler's Nazism, fascism, and changes in the global art world.
  • The chaos of the time led to experimentation and innovation in art, with new modes of expression and cross-cultural influences.
  • The beginning of the 20th century brought three new courses of art: expression, fantasy, and abstraction, leading to movements such as Fauvism and Cubism.

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