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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Perhaps hints of the first thirdstream pieces came even earlier, quite unexpectedly from England, with Tudor's 1937 Dark Elegies and his neo-expressionist 1938 Judgment of Paris.
It also suggests that although Sherman began her career on the post-modern image-appropriation bandwagon called Pictures Art, she has evolved into the most genuinely Neo-Expressionist artist to come out of the '80s.
They produced some good buildings in a Brutalist manner typical for the time, but it was their neo-expressionist works of the 1970s that brought them international attention, particularly the creature-like dining hall in an old Graz convent of 1972-77 and the Z-Bank, built 1974-79 in the Viennese suburb of Favoriten (AR November 1980, p263).
Neo-Expressionist Susan Rothenberg helped establish figurative art in the 1970s after the dominance of Abstract Expressionism and conceptual art in the art world.
His neo-expressionist paintings have been showcased in two large format books, Clive Barker, Illustrator, volumes I & II.
He said on the same day at Park West Gallery, a client acquired a painting by the late master Pino for about $80,000, while another collected a sculpture by neo-expressionist artist Peter Max for $22,000.
But this is a choice rather than a failing, and when Taaffe first began to exhibit, the neo-expressionist revival and Julian Schnabel's big canvases busily studded with china plates were established gallery fare.
Take for example the work of the New York Neo-Expressionist Julian Schnabel who, in the early 1980s, made a colossal reputation for painting tendentiously awkward crudely-brushed compositions over fields of broken dishes.
A powerful neo-expressionist The late Carlos Alfonzo stands as an almost iconic exemplar of the more salutary spirit of the 1980s.
6), Concrete Abstraction and the Ecole de Paris, Neo-Figurative and Neo-Expressionist painting in Germany, Transavanguardia and the post-war titans of American painting.
The year was 1966, and Kienholz had cast himself in the role of neo-expressionist bad boy, flogging post-war middle-class conventions.
The artist is best known for his Neo-Expressionist paintings and sculpture, as well as his work as a songwriter for Michael Jackson and Jon Secada.