Room 209 The New Figuration. Between Classicism and Superrealism

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From the cultural crisis that took place after World War I there emerged new aesthetic proposals in Europe, ranging from Dadaist rejection of rationality to the antithetical return to order, clarity and simplicity predominant in the Italian and German scenes. In Spain, this translated into a new wave of figuration with classical and surrealistic elements that appear in the work of artists like Salvador Dalí and Ángeles Santos.