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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Frank Stella
Then Water Came and Quenched the Fire
1986
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Julian Schnabel
Bill (after short silence then)
1998
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Sol LeWitt
Brushstrokes in Different Colors in Two Directions
1993
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Tom Baril
View of the Chrysler Building
1995
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Tom Baril
Brooklyn Bridge
1993
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Cayce Zavaglia
Ray (portrait of my father)
2015
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Carrie M. Becker
Dappled Sunlight
2013
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Carrie M. Becker
The Not So Grand Piano
2015
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