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  • Abstract art
    Abstract art

    At the turn of the last Century, certain artists felt that figurative art no longer responded to new realities, and that the work of art had to free itself. Pictorial art lost its function as a reproduction of reality, and gradually detached itself from standards to become more subjective. In other words, henceforth they were no longer to just [Read more]

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  • Abstract expressionism
    Abstract expressionism

    Abstract expressionism is a pictorial movement which advocates the representation of emotions and feelings notably through abstract shapes. In other words, it encourages subjectivity and spontaneity in artistic creation. From this ensued works that broke with representation, charged with the emotionalism of its creator and where his gestural [Read more]

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  • Drawing
    Drawing

    A drawing is a work generally made on a removable support using a medium, whether colored or not, such as pencils, feathers, pastels, crayons, or charcoal.

    Requiring relatively little means, it's often used as the basis for more complex artistic creations in the fields of architecture, design, painting, sculpture, and industrial [Read more]

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  • Graffiti
    Graffiti

    Vandalism, means of expression or visual art? Graffiti eludes definition. Derived from murals, it takes form as drawings, paintings, inscriptions or engravings.

    This mode of expression is meant to be a tribune where one can reunite graphic representations and writing. It has political, social or simply personal objectives. Through [Read more]

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  • Murals
    Murals

    A mural is created by painting directly on a wall (or walls) of a building or even a cave. They represent, in a sense, the first human artistic manifestation. Prehistoric rupestral art (drawings on rocks) and parietal art (drawings on cave walls) are good examples.

    A universal art, murals developed simultaneously at four corners of the [Read more]

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