Art Movements

Some articles on art movements, movements, movement, art:

Ambient Music - History
... just before and after the First World War gave rise to two significant art movements that encouraged experimentation with various musical (and non musical) forms, while ... These art movements were called Futurism and Dadaism ... Aside from being known for their painters and writers, these movements also attracted experimental and 'anti-music' musicians such as Francesco Balilla Pratella of the pre-war Futurism movement and Kurt Schwitters and ...
United States In The 1950s - Society in The US - Art Movements - Women's Fashion
... As the 1950s progressed, so too did fashion, until, by the end of the 1950s, the Jackie Kennedy look was in style ... A-lines and loose-fitting dresses became more and more popular, and jackets took on a boxy look ...
Anti-art
... Anti-art is a loosely-used term applied to an array of concepts and attitudes that reject prior definitions of art and question art in general ... Anti-art tends to conduct this questioning and rejection from the vantage point of art ... The term is associated with the Dada movement and is generally accepted as attributable to Marcel Duchamp pre-World War I, when he began to use found objects as ...
The Art Movements - The Concept
... According to theories associated with modernism and the concept of postmodernism, art movements are especially important during the period of time corresponding to modern art ... The period of time called "modern art" is posited to have changed approximately half-way through the 20th century and art made afterward is generally called contemporary art ... Postmodernism in visual art begins and functions as a parallel to late modernism and refers to that period after the "modern" period called contemporary art ...

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    Happy thou art not,
    For what thou hast not, still thou striv’st to get,
    And what thou hast, forget’st.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)