Noun(1) genre of art and literature that makes a self-conscious break with previous genres(2) the quality of being current or of the present(3) practices typical of contemporary life or thought
(1) That earlier activity ran parallel to the beginnings of modernism in French art, with artists like Manet and Degas responding to the anxious and unsettled urban environment they inhabited.(2) Or is virtualism an extension of modernism and postmodernism?(3) The quality and quantity of his autobiographies makes them an exceptionally valuable resource for students of Loisy's role in Roman Catholic modernism .(4) He is known for his large abstract collages made of cut and painted canvas that have inflections of European modernism and Abstract Expressionism.(5) This would be a purely social postmodernity which derives from the recognition that even the satires and games of modernism and modernity posit a deeper reality which we can no longer believe in.(6) Like all of his shows, this one is challenging and timely, but it only glancingly addresses how the computer is eroding the hard-won humanistic qualities of modernism .(7) by the post-war period, modernism had become part of art history(8) Everything is nostalgia, eventually - modernism is just nostalgia for the future, rooted by the same disgust with the present that informs new urbanist nostalgia.(9) The work establishes the bridge between modernism and post-modernism utilizing primitive oral techniques.(10) By 1914, Europe had perhaps reached the limits of modernism , which was characterized, above all, by disorder in the mind.(11) At a time when the church took a rigid and protective stance against what it believed were destructive forces of modernism , Petre's voice honored both reason and faith.(12) Visual art, including bodybuilding, can be divided into classicism and modernism .(13) In most Arab societies one may find values that endeavor to include modernism and follow modern life style.(14) And though Catholic modernism arose in response to the Enlightenment, it may prove to be even more appropriate for postmodern believers.(15) In Europe it was Matisse who ushered Bonnard into modernism , asserting that he was a ├ö├ç├┐great painter for today and assuredly for the future├ö├ç├û.(16) I will reveal myself as being closer to modernism than to postmodernism by asserting that I believe there are some things that are true.
1. modernity ::
2. contemporaneity ::
Different Formsmodernism, postmodernism
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