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ASquare's Art Series with Philip Hoffman - I

Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Contemporary Art.

A SQUARE :: 18Apr07 ASquare's Art Series with Philip Hoffman - I
Category Art
Faculty Philip Hoffman
Expertise Art Investing
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
Focus: Contemporary Art Description

Twentieth Century Western Art can generally be divided into four sectors:

• Modern Art (1900-1945)
• Post War (1945-1960)
• Contemporary (1960-1985) and
• Very Contemporary (1985-present day)

Within each of these sectors are a variety of art movements, for example Abstraction, Minimalism, Pop Art,etc. An artist such Andy Warhol would generally be classified as Contemporary, versus Damien Hirst as Very Contemporary and Pablo Picasso would have spanned Modern, Post War and Contemporary Art.

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