Negative Avant-garde

With this term I indicate, among the avant-gardes of the twentieth century, those more oriented to sabotage than to planning, although the two latencies coexist in their practice and in many of their works. Starting from Dada and up to some neo-avant-garde movements of the second post-war period, such as Fluxus, the group is rich. The titles that follow go into the individual movements.
In some cases, the works of the avant-garde movements in question have been presented together with the other two sections of this site (Asia and Africa), just to emphasize that the most daring art, even if distant in time and space, always coexists very well and reinforces each other.