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Photorealism Art Movement - History, Artists and Artwork

… must have devoted at least 5 years to the development and exhibition of Photo-Realist work. [1]

These criteria defined the first and second generations of Photorealist artists. American artist Chuck Close, for example, was a first generation Photorealist artist.

Themes in Photorealist Art
Many famous Photorealist artists made Photorealistic paintings that demonstrate an interest …

Harlem Renaissance Art Movement - History, Artists and Artwork

… which he claimed the value of African cultural heritage. In this vibrant context, painters, sculptors, musicians and performers dedicated themselves to creating art that reconnected with African American cultural roots, which had hitherto been misrepresented or ignored, under the label of Primitivism.
The Harlem Renaissance also impacted other cities, countries and minorities. Black intellectuals from …

Andy Warhol - Artwork, Bio, and Analysis of the Pop Art Artist

… work.
Andy Warhol and Consumerism
Pop art artists Andy Warhol achieved fame quickly with his works featuring commercial goods. The artist celebrated consumer culture by using iconic American brands in his works. By doing this the artists turned advertising into art, making it accessible to the general public. “I don’t think art should be …

Conceptual Art Movement (Conceptualism): History, Techniques, and Artwork

… of conceptual artists such as Hans Haacke or Marcel Broodthaers moves in this direction and is defined under the label of art movement Institutional Critique.
Notable Conceptual Artists

Marcel Duchamp, July 22, 1887 – October 2, 1968, French
Milton Ernest “Robert” Rauschenberg, October 22, 1925 – May 12, 2008, American
Piero Manzoni, July 13, 1933 – February …

Papier collé

… cut out paper. There is also the handmade word ‘vieux’, on the bottle’s neck.
Other Paper Collages in the Twentieth Century
In the Twentieth Century, several artists experimented with the collaging technique, even if they did not refer specifically to their style as papiers collés. Their language was simply called collage. However, many of …

Art Colony

… still attended by a large number of artists every year.
Taos Art Colony
American artists have been coming to Taos since 1899, where the Taos Society of Artists was later formed. In addition to artists who were born and settled in this city such as Juanita Suazo Dubray, Albert Lujan, and Juan Mirabal, artists who …

10 Famous Cubist Artists You Should Know About

… and 1914.
Initially, the Cubism art movement was not divided into Analytical Cubism and Synthetic Cubism. Only later would art historians, inspired by the writings of Cubist artists, label the initial phase of Cubism as Analytical Cubism and the latter as Synthetic Cubism.
1. Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso was a Spanish artist born in Málaga …