Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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Uruguay

Uruguay

Contemporary Art in Uruguay is a dynamic and evolving field, reflecting the country's rich cultural heritage and innovative spirit. Uruguayan artists, through various mediums such as painting, sculpture, and digital art, explore themes ranging from political commentary to social issues and personal experiences. Institutions like the National Museum of Visual Arts in Montevideo have been instrumental in fostering this growth. Uruguayan contemporary art, thus, serves as a powerful platform for dialogue and expression, pushing boundaries and challenging conventions.

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Marco Maggi

Fanfold II, 2014

Sculpture / Object

Mixed Media

EUR 9,000

Marco Maggi

Frozen mail , 2016

Limited Edition Print

Etching and Aquatint

EUR 2,800

Marco Maggi

Drawing Machine II (8), 2016

Sculpture / Object

Mixed Media

EUR 3,500

Marco Maggi

Fanfold I (12pc), 2014

Limited Edition Print

Etching

EUR 5,500

Marco Maggi

Fanfold II (12pc), 2014

Limited Edition Print

Aquatint

Currently Not Available

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Massurrealism

Portmanteau word that was coined by James Seehafer, an American artist in 1992. He observed a trend among postmodern artists who mixed themes and aesthetic styles together with mass media that include pop art. This art is a development of surrealism that puts emphasis on technological effect on the image of contemporary surrealism. The difference between massurrealism and surrealism is the foundation of the later in Europe at the beginning of the 20th century. 

Cubism

Cubism was the attempt to depict different views of objects or figures together in one picture. Artists George Braque and Pablo Picasso began this style around 1907, and the name cubism resulted from their compositional use of geometric outlines resembling cubes.

De Stijl

De Stijl, meaning Style, was a group of Dutch artists who created abstract art which adhered to vertical and horizontal geometry. The group was founded by Piet Mondrian and Theo van Doesburg. Mondrian left De Stijl when Van Doesburg began using diagonal geometry.

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