After the second World War, America becomes the new artistic nucleus of the world, especially New York, for many artists had to leave Europe. The Abstract Expressionism movement was marked by artists who don’t necessarily have the same style of work, but all thrive to cause an expressive effect in their work. The term that names the movement was used in 1946 by the art critic Robert Coates in the New York Times when referring to the abstract work of this group of upcoming artists, which lasted roughly from the beginning of the 1940’s to the 1960’s. They organized their first exposition in 1951, at the Museum of Modern Art, displaying paintings and sculptures.Read More
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