Cubism was an artistic style that developed in France in 1 is characterized by the simplified representation of figures by the use o geometric shapes, such as cubes, cylinders or spheres, and with no reflection of depth. The figures are created with defined areas of colour called facets. Collage was used, which consisted of sticking different materials, such as newspaper and cloth, onto the canvas to form images.(Open sculpture was used for the first time, in which spaces and holes had artistic value.
Dadaism was an avant-garde movement of painting and photography which began in Germany in 1916. This style originated in the disillusionment felt by artists when contemplating the tragic consequences of the First World response, the Dadaists created a style of art that rebelled against established forms and aimed to provoke the viewer. Work They used collage and invented new techniques such as photomontage (a composed of photos), or 'ready-made', where they used everyday objects. Objects such as urinals and wheels were removed from their context in order to make works of art.
THE CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRATIC PARTY
- They had liberal ideals and represented the landowners and middle-class businessmen. They don't want to finish with the tsar but they want a parliament.
THE SOCIALIST WORKERS´ PARTY
-They have Marxism ideals and considered the proletariat to be the real revolutionary class. They divided into two.
+THE: They believed that Russia was nor ready for a revolution as the working class were too weak and first there had to be a liberal regime.
+THE BOLSHEVIKS: They wanted to move directly from the tsarist regime to a proletariat dictatorship through a revolution of the working class. Their leader was Lenin.
THE SOCIALIST REVOLUTIONARY PARTY
-They had socialist ideals but were not Marxists. They wanted a peasant revolution to end tsarist rule.
SOVIET: Assembly of representatives of the workers, soldiers, and peasants created to make decisions and take control of the revolution.