Types of modern art and its sections types of modern art

 Types of modern art and its sections types of modern art

Definition of modern art:

The term "modern" is used to describe all art created since around 1900, when the first major modernist movements emerged. Modern art is an artistic movement that began at the end of the 19th century and continued into the 20th century. It is a period during which artists attempt to re-examine their relationship to their art forms, as well as to their audiences. The idea was that they could communicate better with the public if they were more open about what they were doing

There are many types of modern art, but they all share one important trait: they were all created by people who were trying to express themselves in a new way. This can be done through the artist's use of color or shape, or through the use of technology. Some famous examples of modern art include Pablo Picasso's paintings, Jackson Pollock's drip paintings, or Andy Warhol's Marilyn Monroe prints by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, and Wassily Kandinsky.

Departments of modern art:

Modern art is a general term for art created since the early 20th century. It can be divided into several main types:

- Postmodernism - This type of modern art is characterized by an emphasis on the relationship between formal elements and content, as well as an interest in how these elements are combined. Postmodernists often use elements from other cultures to make sense of their work.

   Minimalism is an art form that emphasizes simplicity and minimalism, using a few basic shapes to convey meaning. Artists who practice this type of modern art often focus on using light to create a beautiful and interesting effect.

- Abstract Expressionism - Abstract Expressionism (also called abstract art) is an art movement that originated in New York in the 1930s, based on ideas about freedom, creativity, and work. The term “abstract” refers to thoughts or emotions that cannot be linked to specific objects; However, Abstract Expressionists were not interested in creating abstract paintings or sculptures. Instead, they focused on creating visible patterns but without a clear beginning or end; For example, shapes formed by overlapping lines or overlapping colored areas like clouds forming over mountains.

- Pop art, which focuses on collages and distortions of famous images from popular culture (like Andy Warhol's "Campbell's Soup Can")

Conceptual art attempts to explore philosophical questions by using physical materials or ideas as tools of artistic expression. Conceptual artists often use concepts that are not immediately obvious to viewers (such as Marcel Duchamp's idea of a urinal), but are created through careful thought and observation before being put into practice ( like Yoko Ono's "Wrap Piece").

- Surrealist Art: Surrealist art takes place in the world of dreams, or the mind's ability to create imaginary things that seem real even though they don't actually exist.

Different types of modern art.

The first type is abstract art. Abstract art is art that does not attempt to depict reality, but rather creates landscapes based on the artist's imagination. Abstract artists use colors, shapes and lines to create their works.

The second type is impressionist or realistic art. Impressionist or realist artists use realistic images in their works. They can also include human figures if they want to show something more than just colors and shapes.

The third type is Cubism or Fauvism (or Fauvism). This style of art includes many colors and geometric shapes, similar to impressionism but with more emphasis on realistic depictions of subjects such as people and animals.

The emergence of modern art types:

There are several types of modern art. The first type is abstract art and usually consists of a large piece of canvas or wallpaper with no specific subject. Abstract art can be very colorful, but it does not emphasize realism.

The second type of modern art is called Cubism, invented by Pablo Picasso in the early 1900s. Cubism uses many different colors and shapes to create a single image, rather than using a single shape to create multiple images like traditional art.

The third type of modern art is called surrealism, invented by Salvador Dali in the 1920s and 1930s. Surrealism uses themes of dreams or nightmares to create works of art that have no meaning other than the images themselves.

The fourth type of modern art is called constructivism, coined by Vladimir Tatlin in the 1910s and 1920s. Constructivism focuses on how humans interact with their environment rather than how nature interacts with humans.

Learn more:

-What is beauty in art? Is every work of art beautiful?

- Why is there art? For what purposes did humans create fine arts?

- How does the artist contribute to building society? What is the role of the artist?

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