Modern art is characterised by a departure from traditional styles and values, notably produced from the late 19th century to the late 20th century.
Modern art includes creative works created from around the 1860s to the 1970s, encapsulating the artistic styles and ideologies prevalent during this timeframe. Typically linked with art that boldly departs from traditional conventions, it reflects a spirit of experimentation that sets aside historical precedents.
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The art movement that redefined Britain
What does it mean to be a British artist? The British Black Arts Movement introduced the world to a side of Britain that had been previously kept out of museums and galleries.
Yayoi Kusama Louis Vuitton: When Will The Dots Stop?
Bags, billboards and Bella Hadid. The commodification of Yayoi Kusama.
The Guerrilla Girls: Four Decades of Disruption
From the streets to the Supreme Court, the punk feminist art collective are still fighting for social justice in the art world and beyond.
What does recent progress in artificial intelligence mean for art and artists?
Devan Shimoyama in Pittsburgh
From the Warhol Museum to Croatian murals, Devan Shimoyama shows us why Pittsburgh deserves a spot on any American art pilgrimage.
Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore
Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore met as teenagers and stayed together for the rest of their lives. They were collaborators, step-siblings and lovers and they both changed their birth names to make them gender neutral.
Avant Arte in Accra
A series of studio visits in the Ghanaian capital.
Jake & Dinos Chapman
Jake (b. 1966) and Dinos (b. 1962) Chapman, also known as the Chapman Brothers, are British visual artists who live and work between London and Oxfordshire, UK.
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