Neo-expressionism, which experienced a significant resurgence in the 1980s, marked a global revival of painting in an expressionist style.
Neo-expressionism, a late modernist to early postmodernist art movement, emerged during the late 1970s. Those practising neo-expressionism were occasionally referred to as Transavantgarde, Junge Wilde, or Neue Wilden. This style is distinguished by its profound subjectivity and the unrefined manipulation of materials.
In the United States, notable figures in this movement included Philip Guston and Julian Schnabel, while in Britain, Christopher Le Brun and Paula Rego were prominent representatives. Germany, with its expressionist heritage, saw significant neo-expressionist development, and Italy also played a notable role in this artistic movement.
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Rethinking Reality with George Condo
Condo coined two terms to describe his radical art style – artificial realism and psychological realism.
The Founders by José Parlá
Read a text written by José Parlá to accompany the timed release of our our latest collaboration, The Founders.
Tomoo Gokita (he/him) is a Japanese artist born in Tokyo in 1969, where he continues to live and work.
Isshaq Ismail was born in 1989 in Accra, Ghana. He uses his art as a tool to make polemic statements, working in a style he describes as infantile semi-abstraction.
Jenny Brosinski was born in 1984 in Celle, Germany, and now lives and works in Berlin.
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