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art moderne:

see art decoart deco
or art moderne
, term that designates a style of design that originated in French luxury goods shortly before World War I and became ubiquitously and internationally popular during the 1920s and 30s.
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Art Moderne

A design style characterized by horizontal elements, rounded corners, flat roofs, glass blocks, smooth walls, windows that wrap around corners without posts, and asymmetrical massing, all intended to look streamlined. Also called Style Moderne and Streamline Moderne.
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Art Moderne

An architectural style found principally in houses constructed in the 1930s, following the earlier Art Deco style. Common characteristics may include smooth stuccoed wall surfaces; flat roofs; architectural details that emphasize the horizontal appearance of the building; rounded exterior corners; ribbon windows that may continue around a corner; glass blocks; an asymmetrical façade. The jagged version of this style is sometimes called Zigzag Moderne. Also see International style. Compare with Art Deco and Streamline Moderne.
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Les oeuvres du Delacroix, un grand maitre de l'orientalisme du XIXe siecle, seront exposees au musee Mohammed VI d'art moderne et contemporain, une retrospective qui aura lieu en 2020, en collaboration avec le musee national Eugene Delacroix de Paris.
The Musee d'Art moderne de la Ville de Paris is located at 11 Avenue du President Wilson, Paris, and is open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday-Sunday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Thursday, 10 a.m.-10 p.m.
Ceramic historian Garth Clark provides an introduction that clarifies the meaning and proper usage of terms such as Art Deco, Modernism, Art Moderne, and Streamline.
These forms, laterally related to shapes in Miro and Arp and, above all, in Klee, who had been Kandinsky's close friend and colleague in their Bauhaus days, were to become matrices for the decorative motifs of art moderne. It is all the more important, therefore, that we see them as the distillations of a lifetime, the emblems chosen by a man determined to show that whatever the critics and collectors might think, there was plenty of dance left.
En effet, une conference de grandiose aura lieu le jeudi 17 septembre 2015 a 18h a l'auditorium du Musee Mohamed VI d' Art Moderne et Contemporain (MMVI) portera sur le theme: [beaucoup moins que]Vivre ensemble : Pour une culture du dialogue".
Originally built in 1935 as a Tara-esque Southern Colonial with Art Moderne detailing, it has since been given a postmodern renovation, with an unusual color scheme and hardly a hint of its old-fashioned past.
The correct title is Musee d'Art Moderne, Departement des Aigles, Section des Figure's "L'Aigle de l'Oligocene a nos jours" (Museum of Modern Art, Department of Eagles, Section of Figures "The Eagle from Oligocene up to Today").
Designed in an Art Moderne style, One Brooklyn Bridge Park now consists of 450-luxury studio to duplex penthouse condominium residences with modern finishes and amenities.
The Ivam (Institute de Valencia de Art Moderne) houses works by local artists Julio Gonzales and Ignacio Pinazo as well as international photography and temporary exhibitions.
The theme of the biennale is 'The dialectics of hope'; rather more hopeful is the choice of curators, notably Hans Ulrich Obrist, curator at the Musee de I'Art Moderne, Paris.
Pietro, Lyon-V & EUR32,700; under 3rd dam, Art Moderne, 2nd Prix Edmond Blanc-G3.
Rather, the theme of this year's overall design references movie architecture of 1929 through the 1930s, when art deco met art moderne.