artistic movement

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It is often convenient to talk about artistic movements, but it is usually more difficult to define them.
The Fondation Gandur pour l'Art (FGA) revealed on Monday that it has published an English Language version of its catalogue titled The Narrative Figuration, representing an European artistic movement created in Paris in the 1960s.
Bayan Kanoo also expressed her happiness in launching The Nest 2017 which supports the growing artistic movement in Bahrain and helps drive a more spontaneous approach to art.
With which artistic movement were Salvador Dali, Joan Miro Rene Magritte associated?
With which artistic movement were Salvador Dali, Joan Miro and Rene Magritte associated?
The workshop will revolve around self expression through the various disciplines of artistic movement. Suykerbuyk will examine the various tools of movement and their relationship to space, text and music.
Synopsis: "The Avant-garde Won't Give Up: Cobra and Its Legacy" is an impressively definitive study of the renowned postwar avant-garde artistic movement offers a comprehensive insight into Cobra's history and achievements, and explores its lasting influences on contemporary art.
It is also thematically arranged so that one could organize all kinds of self-directed art explorations: by artist, era, neighborhood, or artistic movement, or any combination in between.
Christie's put the spotlight on art of Saqqakhaneh, an artistic movement that began in Iran during the 1960s and sought to reconcile traditional Iranian art with contemporary Western developments.
While the collection included works from Saudi Arabia, Iran, Turkey, Egypt and Lebanon, the spotlight was on Saqqakhaneh art pieces - an artistic movement that began in Iran during the 1960s.
Tanavoli is associated with the Saqqakhaneh artistic movement, considered the "most influential avant-garde in 1960s Iran," according to the UK's Tate Modern.
Laing will dedicate his lecture to the less-known but particularly talented artists of the Rococo period, which was an 18th century artistic movement and style affecting many aspects of the arts.
And that is no accident, because they also accurately describe the 19th-century artistic movement known as Impressionism, founded by Camille Pissarro, the third son Rachel Pomie bore to her second husband, Frederick.
The minister expressed Yemen's desire to take advantage of the French cultural experience and its need for the French support in the cultural fields, especially in the establishment of an academy or a higher institute for arts to serve the Yemeni artistic movement.