This movement celebrated the "fruits" of modernity: speed, motion, industrial production and the machine.
This group of African-American artists embraced Modernism and imbued it with a unique character, drawing on their African heritage and the energies and rhythms of urban America.
In the early 20th century Kandinsky looked to music as a basis for moving painting towards what?
This medium (one of the "fruits" of modernity) came into its own as a fine art medium in the 20th century.
his group of early 20th century painters celebrated color, wanting to free color from observed reality.
This 20th century art movement, that was more about ideas than a particular style, didn't trust reason, wanted to cultivate absurdity, and was anti-war and anti-art.
This group of artists, followers of the ideas of Cezanne, painted objectively, while fragmenting and geometrically rendering objects from various positions (simultaneously) in space.
This evaluative criteria for considering/judging an artwork believes in "art-for-art's-sake," and often sees a work as a connection to universal ideas about beauty and truth.
This art movement, a child of Dada, embraced Freud's ideas about dreams, the unconscious mind and its drives and desires.
This Russian group (post-Revolution), while often dealing with abstraction, rejected aesthetics in favor of practicality, believing the products of art should be determined by their utility.