Report of Styles

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5 STYLES OF ART POST MODERNISM Postmodernism art is defined as art that rebels against the modern such as realism and the artistic leaders etc... It promotes parody, irony and playfulness, mostly referred to as joissance by some artists and aims to overthrow modernist to embrace diversity and contradictions. Post modernism rejects the distinction between ‘low and high’ forms, rigid genre boundaries and favours eclectics, the mixing of ideas and forms. Andy Warhol is an example of postmodern art; He is popular for his symbols and readymade cultural artefacts. CUBISM: It was the first art movement of the 20th century, it was the first abstract art style that had begun artists such as George Braque and Pablo Picasso began painting in such a way that was far from traditional art styles. It combined of basic geometric shapes showing multiple viewpoints of a particular image. Cubists’ pictures often described as looking like pieces of fractures glass. EXPRESSIONISM: Expressionism was art that stresses the artists emotion and psychological expressions, often with bold colours and distortions of form. This art style was a cultural movement which originated in Germany of the 20th century which sought to express the meaning of being alive and emotional experience rather than physical reality. Edvard Munch was an expressionist painter best known for his intensely-coloured images of human anxiety and death MODERNISM: Modern Art dominated the western culture from the 19th century, it associated with impressionism, cubism, surrealism, futurism etc... Modern art rejected the past as a model for the art of the present. It was often driven by various social and political agendas and was generally associated with ideal visions of human life and society and a belief in progress. IMPRESSIONISM: It was an art movement that took place out of the naturalism of the realists as

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