Room 209 Noucentisme and New Art in Spain

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In the 1910s, the Catalan art world saw the coexistence of, on the one hand, Noucentisme as an artistic tendency aiming towards reaffirming Catalan identity, and on the other, the new output of the avant-gardes arriving from Europe, which mainly focused on the breakthroughs of Cubism. This situation saw a renovation in Spanish plastic arts, which included the early works of artists like Salvador Dalí and Joan Miró.