This lesson introduces the movement of Postmodernism and discusses the differences between Modernism and Postmodernism in the arts.
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A 20th-century philosophy and art movement characterized by qualities that include politics, appropriation, installation, and non-traditional materials.
A 20th-century art movement that parts from past artistic traditions and does not adhere to any one style, having characteristics that include abstraction, order, minimalism, and rigid formalism.
An artmaking process takes or “borrows” objects or images from everyday life and reassigns their context.
The idea of being unique, new, or inventive.
A technique of creating artwork in a space that creates an immersive experience.
A process of formalized evaluation.