David Burliuk was a punk. Learn about the poet and cubist artist who took the early 20th century Russian avant-garde by storm.
“Surrealism is destructive, but it destroys only what it considers to be shackles limiting our vision.” ― Salvador Dali. A guide to one of the last century's most influential art movements.
An introduction to the “Mother of American modernism", Georgia O'Keeffe, loved for her flowers, New York cityscapes and landscapes of New Mexico.
Picasso works beyond Cubism, from early life studies to poster designs showcasing the prolific skill that made Picasso so loved.
Learn more about the artists that gave rise to Post-Impressionism, a largely French art movement that developed between 1886-1905.
In this article we’ll uncover the principles of Cubism, explore the artists who embodied them, and trace the movement’s far-reaching influence.
In 1932, in the face of the Great Depression, a group of photographers known as f/64 came together with a shared vision and a common philosophy.
Some use the terms interchangeably, but understanding the nuances between modern art and contemporary art can make a world of difference.
The influence of Sigmund Freud's theories extended far beyond Surrealism. See how they informed the approach of artists Kandinsky, Pollock, Riopelle & more.
Born from the intersection of the ancient Egyptians and Aztecs and industrial design, Art Deco is a movement of symmetry, geometry, and modernity.