"A term generally used to cover art of an avant-garde nature from the beginning of the 20th century onwards. It is particularly associated with that century, however, and more recent art is often referred to as contemporary." Movements include cubism, futurism, Dada, and surrealism. Masters include Picasso, Matisse, Dalí, and Klee.
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ARTbibliographies Modern (ABM): Search citations and/or abstracts of articles, books, exhibition catalogs, dissertations, and exhibition reviews on both modern and contemporary art since the late 1960s. Art mediums include installation works, body art, graffiti, video art, computer art, crafts, glass art, fashion, calligraphy, and traditional mediums including painting, drawing and sculpture.
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The 20th-Century Art Book. London : Phaidon Press, 1996. ART LIBRARY Folio N6490.A16 1996
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