Room 207 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.