Examples Of Contemporary Art

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In 21st century, with the help of advances technology everything around our life are different same to the art world. In this generation, the art movement was called contemporary art. Therefore, this paper will talk about what is contemporary art. Besides, in modern art and contemporary art the differentness between those art movements in painting and sculpture. Then will be about the way to produce a contemporary artwork. Lastly, how to make contemporary art be more active in Malaysia.

Keywords: Contemporary art, Modern art, differentness,

1. What is contemporary art?
Contemporary art in the early twenty first century is often discussed as if the very idea of art that is contemporary is new. All
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Nowadays, many artists work and living in the environment with culturally diverse, technologically, and multifaceted. Therefore, in the advanced world the contemporary artists also reflect and comment the modern society. When modern society and contemporary art engaging, this bring the challenges to viewers by questioning, "Is a work of art good?" or "Is the work aesthetically pleasing?" on other hand, viewers may consider art as "challenging" or "interesting." For contemporary artists also question about how traditional ideas define art, how art was created and what can constituted as art, while it has created a point to the contemporary artist to rejecting the styles and movements came before…show more content…
Modern art and contemporary art the differentness between those art movements.
Characteristics of Modern Art
Modern Art is also called as ‘Modernism’, it was a time where art is described with various terms ending with ‘ism’s’ such as; Fauvism, Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Dadaism, Cubism, Surrealism, Expressionism, Pop Art and many other art movements. All of those ‘ism’s’ group to gather then form the Modernism. ‘Modernist Masters’ include; Pablo Picasso, Vincent Van Gogh, Georges Seurat, Paul Cézanne, Andre Derain, Henri Matisse, Henri de Toulouse, Piet Mondrian, Raoul Dufy, Maurice de Vlaminck, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Wassily Kandinsky, and Édouard Manet just to name a few.
Characteristics of Contemporary Art
The Contemporary Art era is known to produce more experimental works and tackles a wider variety of social, economic and political issues. It made art as a whole to reflect the current issues that hound our world today, such as racism, globalization, third-world country oppression, feminism among many others. Over the last
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