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UTOPIE

----1400----

VORLÄUFER

----1890----

LEBENSREFORM

BOHEME

  • in München
----1918----

RÄTEREPUBLIK

  • in München

ARBEITERTHEATER 1880-1930s

WEIMARER REPUBLIK

  • braunes München
  • Berlin
  • Moskau - Paris - New York
----1955----

1960 - 1970 - 1980

----1989----

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Garret Dachstube | La Boheme?

Paris

les arts incoherents


Les Hydropathes

a kind of amateur performance night where the audience sent up descriptions of their performance (mostly parodic) on paper to the "President" and Vice President who then composed a kind of list of performances for the evening from all the descriptions. Then people came up and did their numbers. Emil Goudeau was the main organiser and went on to set up a similar thing in the Chat Noir Cabaret and magazine. They also set up art exhibitions "noninstitutional showplaces" and masked balls. One was in an abandoned shopping arcade and others in the Folies Bergeres and the Odeon Theatre. The exhibitions were usually parodies of the official Salon, Toulouse Lautrec paintings and Impressionist shows. One exhibition was just a few monochrome canvases, they also made up artists. - Popular Bohemia by Mary Gluck -


Le Chat Noir


Le Moulin Rouge


Cabaret du Nant

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New York in the 1920s

The Harlem Renaissance

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