Neo-Expressionism


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Neo-Expressionism

(1964–1975)
Structures which express continuity of form by sweeping curves characterize this style These structures were primarily the result of using reinforced concrete to create smooth shapes and seamless soaring forms.
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Your work could be inscribed within the Trans-Vanguard style, a kind of Neo-Expressionism.
To further reflect the influence of Prussian architect Schinkel, each of the 302 guestrooms and suites at The Ritz-Carlton will be distinguished by original watercolors being created by Professor Markus Luepertz, a German artist highly noted for his 20th century neo-expressionism style.
Both were to a great extent received as proponents of an artistic current called neo-expressionism despite their work having little in common with expressionism or even, for that matter, any fundamentally pictorial tradition.
By extension, we need to reevaluate what art historians have called, in a derogatory way, the "return to order," when they speak of the purported turn away from abstraction in art of the late teens and 1920s, or, of, say, Neo-Expressionism in the context of your own art as it comes on the heels of conceptual, performance, and postminimal art.
One of the central ways in which Kitaj countered the dominant artistic tendencies of his time was in his insistence that his pictures reveal themselves slowly, rather than hitting the viewer with their immediate visceral and visual impact, as was the case with Pop Art and Minimalism in the 1960s and two decades later with such tendencies as Neo-Expressionism or Neo-Geo.
When the Berlin Wall came down I was asked to receive a piece and paint it to give it importance,'' said Max, a contemporary master of neo-expressionism who has painted for five presidents: Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George Bush and Bill Clinton.
Neo-Expressionism generated a relieved excitement, and the belief that the art history we had learned to take for granted was back on course.
International styles include German Neo-Expressionism, Italian Trans-Avant Garde, Post-Modernism and the graffiti-based art of Keith Haring and Jean-Michael Basquiat.
In the 1970s, he took to the formalist ramparts against post-Minimal informality but was then sideswiped by Pictures and neo-expressionism.
I've also witnessed the births and deaths of movements like Color Field, Pattern and Decoration, New Image, the Pictures Generation, Neo-Expressionism, Neo-Geo, and Post-Conceptualism.
As a student in the late 1980s, he led a group of radical young artists in rejecting the predominance of Neo-Mexicanismo--art that dealt in gaudy, commercial neo-expressionism and cultural stereotypes of a nationalistic sub Kahloesque nature.
So one of the things I wanted to ask you about relates to Schnabel: How conscious have you been of the legacy of Neo-Expressionism in what you're doing?