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BRUST! ABSTRACT PAINTING AFTER 1945

ZAMANI, DANIEL

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The triumph of radical abstraction after 1945 has been linked to notions of freedom, individuality, and a breaking away from the burdensome shackles of the art-historical tradition. Following the Second World War, figurative painting was increasingly seen as an outmoded impasse. Abstraction, on the other hand - considered as bursts of individual freedom - was soon championed as a fitting way of visibly leaving the scars of the past behind and hailed as the reflection of artistic, cultural, moral and social renewal.

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DetailsMUNCH MUSEUM
2023
168 Pages
Format: Cartone
ISBN: 9788284620053
Language: INGLÉSCategory: Contemporary Art Monographs

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