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Fine Art | Art of Anton Vitkovskiy | New York

Contemporary Postmodern NYC Painter, Artist Anton Vitkovskiy Creator of Tribal Expressionism based in Bushwick, Brooklyn. painting star, Neoexpressionism, original, abstract , art brut, vincent van goth, female, male cave art,splatter,raw, shamanism,Russian, American. Kunst,paintings,head,sculpture.

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Nikki De St. Phalle. 20 Trailblazing Artists with Major Museum Shows in 2020 - Artsy

We take a look at ambitious 2020 solo exhibitions at museums around the world, from Donald Judd at MoMA, to Zanele Muholi at the Tate, to Gego at Museo Jumex.

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Aykut Aydogdu Tutt Art

Aykut Aydoğdu was born in Ankara and started his college education in Marmara University - Graphic Design Department after finishing high school in Ankara Anatolian Fine Arts High School. He transferred to Hacettepe University - Graphic Design Department after one semester and graduated from here.

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Designer in Postmodern Culture

Starting from the 1970-s, Postmodernism dominated over various spheres of culture. Graphic design was not an exception; it fell under the spell of Postmodernism along with other forms of art.

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Modernism vs. Postmodernism Explained in 6 Facts and 13 Artworks

Modernism and postmodernism are the two major movements in 20th-century art. But what is the difference between modern and postmodern art?

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Michael Haddad is a designer and illustrator based in Canada who spends his time flitting between designing, art directing at Beau’s Brewing Co. — a family-run brewery based in Ottawa — and taking in various illustrative commissions. His drawing work has appeared in _The New York Times_, _Monocle_., _Wired_, _Fortune_, _The MIT Technology Review_, _The Standard_ plus many others, establishing himself as a sound and talented freelancer in the industry.

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A fabulous piece for the post modern art lover. This piece features cubist lines, bright bold colors and wonderful texture. It depicts a portrait of a figure, and is titled “Japanese Hair Salon.” By COR. This piece is signed, on paper and includes COA.   Dimensions: 9" Wide 12" Tall

A fabulous piece for the post modern art lover. This piece features cubist lines, bright bold colors and wonderful texture. It depicts a portrait of a figure, and is titled “Japanese Hair Salon.” By COR. This piece is signed, on paper and includes COA. Dimensions: 9" Wide 12" Tall

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Michael-haddad-illustration-itsnicethat-2

Michael Haddad is a designer and illustrator based in Canada who spends his time flitting between designing, art directing at Beau’s Brewing Co. — a family-run brewery based in Ottawa — and taking in various illustrative commissions. His drawing work has appeared in _The New York Times_, _Monocle_., _Wired_, _Fortune_, _The MIT Technology Review_, _The Standard_ plus many others, establishing himself as a sound and talented freelancer in the industry.

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Here is Memphis - the new hand painted collection of posters, patterns, letters and clipart elements.  The Memphis Group was an Italian design and architecture group founded by Ettore Sottsass in 1980 that designed Postmodern furniture, fabrics, ceramics, glass, and metal objects.  The Memphis group's work often incorporated plastic laminate and was characterized by ephemeral design featuring colorful and abstract decoration as well as asymmetrical shapes, sometimes arbitrarily alluding to exoti

Here is Memphis - the new hand painted collection of posters, patterns, letters and clipart elements. The Memphis Group was an Italian design and architecture group founded by Ettore Sottsass in 1980 that designed Postmodern furniture, fabrics, ceramics, glass, and metal objects. The Memphis group's work often incorporated plastic laminate and was characterized by ephemeral design featuring colorful and abstract decoration as well as asymmetrical shapes, sometimes arbitrarily alluding to…

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