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This is Part 19 of my philosophical series “Individualism between Moral and Virtues, Government and Religion”.
After many intellectuals supported World War I in the beginning of the 20th century, small groups of intellectuals rebeled against the predicted apocalypse and war-torn Europe – starting in Paris in 1915. 55 more words
Bozar Brussels | 26 February – 29 May 2016
Theo van Doesburg: a new expression of life, art & technology
Travel back to the beginning of the twentieth century with Theo van Doesburg and inhale the revolutionary atmosphere of the avant-garde in the exhibition… 122 more words
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“Our time has produced a need for contrast. This has been achieved not only in the external appearance of plastic expressions of color and matter, but also, and chiefly, in the tempo of life and in the techniques related to the daily, mechanical functions of life; namely standing, walking, driving, to lying and sitting – in short, every action which determines the content of architecture.” – Van Doesburg…