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Arp
"Collage
 Arranged
 According
 to
 Chance"

Dada

Made by dropping haphazardly cut pieces of paper onto a surface and pasting them down the way they fell.
Dada

Made by dropping haphazardly cut pieces of paper onto a surface and pasting them down the way they fell.
Duchamp
"Nude Descending a Staircase"

Dada

(Anticipated the dada movement)

To Duchamp, men and women were machines that ran on passion as fuel
Dada

(Anticipated the dada movement)

To Duchamp, men and women were machines that ran on passion as fuel
Duchamp
"Fountain"

Readymade
Readymade
Andre Masson
"Battle of Fishes"

Surrealism

Automatism
Surrealism    ?

(Automatism???)
de Chirico
"Nostalgia of the Infinite"

Surrealism
Surrealism
Dalí
"The Persistence of Memory"

Surrealism
Surrealism
Gilbert
"Woolworth Building"

Modern America

Inspired a wave of Gothic skyscrapers
Modern America

Inspired a wave of Gothic skyscrapers
O’Keeffe
"Dark Abstraction"

American Painting? Surrealism?

Bridge the gap between abstraction and biomorphic form
American Painting? Surrealism?

Bridge the gap between abstraction and biomorphic form
Wood
"American Gothic"

(American) Regionalism

Realist tradition in this work. Provides a wonderful celebration of the simple, hard-working people of America's heartland.
(American) Regionalism

Realist tradition in this work. Provides a wonderful celebration of the simple, hard-working people of America's heartland.
Lange
"Migrant Mother"

Straight Photography

detailing the plight of the people of rural America and the erosion of the land during the Great Depression.
Straight Photography or Regionalism?

detailing the plight of the people of rural America and the erosion of the land during the Great Depression.
Bourke-White
"At the Time of the Louisville Flood"

Straight Photography
Regionalism?
Rivera
"The Great City of Tenochtitlan"

Mexican Muralism
Mexican Muralism
Kahlo
"The Two Fridas"

Mexican Muralism
Mexican Muralism
Douglas
"Aspects of Negro Life"

Harlem Renaissance

Documents the emergence of an African-American identity in four panels. The first portrays the African background in images of music, dance, and sculpture. The next two panels bring life to slavery and emancipation. The fourth panel returns to the theme of music.
Harlem Renaissance

Documents the emergence of an African-American identity in four panels. The first portrays the African background in images of music, dance, and sculpture. The next two panels bring life to slavery and emancipation. The fourt...