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An Inquiry into the Vibrancy and Significance of Contemporary Art in Today’s World

In the boundless realm of art, contemporary art is a vibrant, powerful force that shapes and reflects the spirit of our times. The daring innovation, bold experimentation, and global resonance of contemporary art allow it to wield significant influence over…

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Vincent Van Gogh’s “Wheat Field with Cypresses”: a work of art that is very emotional!

One can never talk about art without mentioning the works of Van Gogh. This painter of the impressionist era brought a new vision to nature and the world around us through his paintings. Among his most emblematic works is the…

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“Ready made” by Alphonse Allais: a funny and daring work!

Having lived during the Belle Époque, Alphonse Allais is known for his quality as a journalist and writer. But with his humorous side, he is also considered to be among the precursors of monochrome painting. Discover his works of incoherent…

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Edvard Munch’s “The Scream”: a painting that never ceases to haunt the beholder!

Edvard Munch is the author of “The Scream”. Throughout Scandinavia, this Norwegian engraver and painter is the most famous artist of his time. Recognised as a precursor of expressionist painting, his painting is becoming famous again. Why does this painting…

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Pompidou National Art and Cultural Center: the largest museum of modern art!

Paris has many renowned cultural centres. Among them is Georges Pompidou National Art and Cultural Center. It is the largest museum of modern art in the country. But what do we really know about this national heritage? The following passages…

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Incoherent Arts: the first monochrome in history by Paul Bilhaud

The monochrome and the “ready made” were invented in 1880 by a legendary movement of incoherent arts. Exhibited in 1882, seventeen works from this movement were found in 2018 in the Paris region. They were discovered in a trunk in…

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