Art Galore!

Modern Art Gallery


We have divided modern art rather arbitrarily into the following wings.


Abstract Art Objective abstract art. Here, the composition may comprise recognizable elements, but the representation of people or real objects is secondary to design and symbolism.


Abstract Expressionism Nonobjective art. Here, the composition may not resemble anything in the real world. Music for the eye, this art form does not strive to imitate reality.


Surreal Art . In this form of art the subject is rendered realistically, but the composition conveys a dream-like, sometimes imposssible, often freudian, quality.


Modern Sculpture Three-dimensional work that breaks the bonds of traditional sculpture. This work engages the emotions by forms never before imagined, or by combinations of found objects in compositions suggestive of not quite identifiable ideas.


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