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Essay | Modernism Vs. Post-Modernism

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Modernism Vs. Post-Modernism

Summary: Describes the differences between modernism and post-modernism and how post-modernism is only a shadow of modernism.
Postmodernism is an attitude rather than a movement. In the latter half of the 20th century, there has been mounting evidence of the failure of modernism. Postmodernism is the renewal of modernism and modernist. Art movement, these modernist styles and schools regardless of when they have occurred, have always been distinguished by similarities of styles, technique, subject matter or purpose. The surrealism, for examples, owned a debt to dreams and the imagination, the cubists fractured the subject matter of their works into geometric shapes but the postmoderns have no much similarities or unifying purpose except for their exhaustion of ideas and their lack of originality. When compared to other movement of the 20th century they don't seem to be able to do anything new.

Salvador Dali is one of the greatest artists in the modernist era. He was famous for his dreamy images of the magination and...

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