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Abstract Art In Modern Society

Art has changed its dimension from the art-board drawings and paintings, on a chisel to what we today think of through the digital media

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Nilesh Chogle
Nilesh Chogle
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INDIA. Mumbai: The beginning of modern art and paintings began in 19th-century France. The Post-Impressionist successors out rightly rejected the earlier style of painting. In the 1890s, a sequence of different movements emerged that defined today’s modern art representing a western visual culture.

Neo-Impressionism to Neo-Expressionism: Modern abstract art

These movements include Neo-Impressionism, Symbolism, Fauvism, Cubism, Futurism, Expressionism, Suprematism, Constructivism, Metaphysical Painting, De Style, Dada, Surrealism, Social Realism, Abstract Expressionism, Pop Art, Op Art, Minimalism, and Neo-Expressionism.

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Despite the great diversity seen in these movements, most of them are distinctly modern in their investigation of the possibilities inherent within the painting medium to express a spiritual response to the changed circumstances of life in the 20th century and beyond.

Art has changed its dimension from the art-board drawings and paintings, on a chisel to what we today think of through the digital media. Technology, which began in the Industrial Revolution era, and lately, in the information technology era, has meaningfully changed art as it was earlier defined.

The core of the artist is primarily the same but a bit changed

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They have forever cherished bright colors and movement. It is a diversion and healing to the soul, mindful and fulfilling. The core of artists today is primarily the same but has changed a bit. The all-time low line is that the feeling and message that they’d like to convey through the medium.

Once an artist paints, they tempt to capture the texture of heat, passion, joy and walking on air in an objective or figurative composition, but in abstract dimensions. One would fancy the experimentation of various media and subjects.

A representative painting showing abstract or modern art of the 21st century Photo Credit: Pexels
A representative painting showing abstract or modern art of the 21st-century. Photo Credit: Pexels
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Abstractionism in paintings

The subject varies with the artist’s feeling; the love for colors is constant. Despite this, many viewers look at it differently and in varied forms or figures. That is abstract expressionism; what we today understand as modern art. These expressions permit the artist the freedom to express for viewers to examine and appreciate the forms in their mind’s eye. E.g; face painting within the eye of the viewer.

It is also necessary to say that ‘Uli- Art’ (a linear traditional design of the Igbo people of southeast, Nigeria), is a truly ancient art vogue that has vied a significant role in many age-long careers in Africa. The symbols and kinds of this art vogue square measure mirrored in this art movement, abstract pictures, abstract relief sculpture, seascape, drawing, using pastels, and watercolor paintings have been the hallmark of these Nigerian artists.

People see totally different forms or pictures in abstractionism, the depth of what you see after you inspect the paintings is partially supported by individual exposure and understanding of art forms, color, shapes, line, and texture; that square measure the physical parts that mix to form up the artworks.

Uli art from Nigeria, abstract paintings which later captured the attention of the Eastern world  modern art.
Uli art from Nigeria, which later captured the attention of the Eastern world. Mehendi, used on body parts in marriages in India. Photo Credit: Pexels.

A selection of various dark hues, shapes, and forms could provide numerous impressions to totally different minds; light-weight, ethereal pictures as mystical; balanced, temperate forms as peaceful. Uli organic forms and shapes square measure symbolical like colors and forms, which means in and of themselves. Most artists meditate on their paintings, reckoning on the realm of self-consciousness of the inventive mind.

They work with a canvas and colors defining an inventiveness; there’s an unbiased transmission from the creator to the Art making it emotive to the spectators in an art gallery.

The illusion that deludes the mind

The illusion created is a powerful component in the mind of the artist. They are drawn in a yard of the 3-Dimensional area stretching their art from the framework of the painting to sculpture. The impression of depth, perspective, airiness, solidity, textures, and alternative abstraction relations square measure creates the required goal.

The overall composition or style of paintings or sculptures is made to guide the viewer’s eyes to understand and appreciate from a photograph to an abstract form.

abstract art in modern society
A Painting of an absolute abstract cut-out image. Photo Credit: Pixabay.

In the world of abstract wall art or trendy art, one can relax and let the eye leisurely wander over the gathering of varieties of art forms and designs. The heart and mind react to colors, shapes, figures, and textures. Spoiling the viewers within the illusion of vivacious areas, the movement of lines, creating a happy atmosphere and mood.

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In conclusion, the modern artist explores the intricacies of brushstrokes, spatula- strokes, paint thickness, textures, and integrative details. They fancy the elements of square measure plain-woven along to make the entire abstract work beautiful and mesmerizing to a connoisseur’s eye.

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