Wonderful Screens

Little could André Breton imagine the importance that his movement would reach in all the arts when he wrote his Manifesto of Surrealism in 1924 and called artists to a personal and social revolution. It would also be difficult for him to suppose the political changes that were to come in the old continent during the following decades: After the horror of World War II, the countries of Eastern Europe made their revolution and aligned themselves with the thesis of communism. Central Europe became a border between both systems.