Contemporary Art

Contemporary Art distanced itself from the ideals of individualism and originality that characterized Modern Art. Emphasizing themes of consumerism, popular culture, politics, and identity, early Contemporary artists often appropriated ideas from Modern and classical works, incorporating them into hybrid, mixed-media compositions.

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Shinji Ogawa
Laeken 2
2014
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Radenko Milak
I see a dark stranger (1946)
2014
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Radenko Milak
The Trial (Orson Welles, 1962)
2014
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Radenko Milak
17 May 1990. The General Assembly of the World Health Organization (WHO) eliminates homosexuality from the list of psychiatric diseases, from the series 365 (Images of Time)
2013
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Radenko Milak
28. March 1941,Virginia Wulf died, from the series 365
2013
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Radenko Milak
07 February 1964. The Beatles first arrive in the United States. Their performance on The Ed Sullivan Show two days later will mark the beginning of the British Invasion, from the series 365 (Images of Time)
2013
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Analia Saban
Erosion, Positive / Negative (Viewing Room, Galerie Sprüth Magers London)
2015
30,000 US$
Wifredo Lam
Totem
1960
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William Leonard Lloyd Annois
Dust Storm—Lake Harry Station
circa 1950
4,000 US$
Art & Language
Chart (with detail)
1972
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Jim Dine
Day Lilys on Cottonwood
2014
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