The Situationist International.
In 1957, a merging between the Letterist International and COBRA art groups took place. The result was the Situationist International, a group that sought to redefine revolutionary theory. The group was a kind of global critique of capitalism, and they were very much influenced by Marxist theory. Though small, group membership included artists from numerous different countries, with Guy Debord emerging as the dominant member. They were active mostly in France, but had meetings held in Germany and Italy as well.
Further influences of this fusion can be traced from Dadaism, Surrealism,…
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