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, Dada, Dadaism and Early 20th Century European Avant-garde Art

Dada, Dadaism and Early 20th Century European Avant-garde Art

Dada, Dadaism and Early 20th Century European Avant-garde Art     Dadaist art (dadaism) rose in reaction to the destruction caused by World War I. The world saw an unprecedented rise in the level of technology used in war: mass-produced semi-automatic weapons, as well as…

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, The Lasting Effects of Cubism

The Lasting Effects of Cubism

         The Lasting Effects of Cubism     Avant-garde art in the early 20th century featured Cubism, an art movement that originated in Europe with the works of Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso and later joined by such talents as Robert Delaunay…

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, Avant-garde Art in the Digital Age

Avant-garde Art in the Digital Age

  Avant-garde Art in the Digital Age     For young artists, the dawn of the digital age meant a fundamental re-shaping of how art was brought to the public. The Internet now hosts countless online art forums, art galleries, and markets, all designed to…

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, Bullet Shell Art is Unstoppable: Works of Artist Federico Uribe shown by Adelson Galleries

Bullet Shell Art is Unstoppable: Works of Artist Federico Uribe shown by Adelson Galleries

  Two weeks ago, attending the Texas Contemporary Art Fair, held at the George R Brown Convention Center in Houston, TX, we discovered that the most intricate, breathtaking, avant-garde fine art can be made from bullet shells, color pencils, pencil erasers and plastic fasteners. That…

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