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1. Home Page

1.1. Youtube Playlist

1.2. What is Modern Art

1.2.1. Painting Modern Life

1.2.2. Rise of the Modern City

1.2.3. Modern Landscapes

1.2.4. Modern Portraits

1.2.5. Popular Culture

1.3. Tools & Tips

1.4. Latest from the Blog

1.5. Dada

1.5.1. Marcel Duchamp and the Readymade

1.5.2. Chance Creations

1.5.3. Artistic Collaboration

1.5.4. Word Play

1.6. Design

1.6.1. Everyday Marvels

1.6.2. Plastic

1.6.3. Simple Machines

1.6.4. Chairs

1.7. Migration and Movement

1.8. Surrealism

1.8.1. Tapping the Subconscious

1.8.2. Surrealist Objects and Assemblage

1.8.3. Surrealism and the Body

1.8.4. Surrealist Landscapes

1.9. Pop Art

1.9.1. Appropriation

1.9.2. Celebrity

1.10. Minimalism

1.10.1. Serial Forms and Repetition

1.10.2. The Materials of Minimalism

1.10.3. Constructing Space

1.11. Photography

1.11.1. Posed/Unposed

1.11.2. Photography and Public Image

1.11.3. Photography as Witness

1.11.4. Sets. Stories, and Situations

1.11.5. The Photographic Record

1.12. Investigating Identity

1.12.1. The Body in Art

1.12.2. Constructing Gender

1.12.3. Intersecting Identities

2. Browse by Themes

2.1. Abstract Expressionism

2.1.1. Abstract Expressionism: A new Art for a New World

2.1.2. Abstract Expressionist Sculpture

2.1.3. The Processes and Materials of Abstract Expressionist Painting

2.1.4. The Sublime and the Spiritual

2.2. Advanced Placement Art History Exam

2.3. Conceptual Art

2.3.1. Language and Art

2.3.2. Outside the Museum

2.3.3. Performance into Art

2.3.4. Sol LeWitt and Instruction-based Art

2.4. Design

2.4.1. Chairs

2.4.2. Everyday Marvels

2.4.3. Plastic

2.4.4. Simple Machines

2.5. Cubism

2.6. Dada

2.6.1. Artistic Colalboration

2.6.2. Chance Creations

2.6.3. Marcel Duchamp and the Readymade

2.6.4. Word Play

2.7. Expressionism

2.7.1. Expressionism and City Life

2.7.2. Expressionism and Nature

2.7.3. Expressionist Depictions of War

2.7.4. Expressionists Portraits

2.8. Fauvism

2.9. Investigating Identites

2.9.1. Constructing Gender

2.9.2. Intersecting Identities

2.9.3. The Body in Art

2.10. Landscapes: Real and Imagined

2.11. Maps, Borders, and Networks

2.12. Migration and Movement

2.13. Minimalism

2.13.1. Constructing Space

2.13.2. Serial Forms and Repetition

2.13.3. The Materials of Minimalism

2.14. Pop Art

2.14.1. Appropriation

2.14.2. Celebrity

2.15. Surrealism

2.15.1. Surrealism and the Body

2.15.2. Surrealist Landscapes

2.15.3. Surrealist Objects and Assemblage

2.15.4. Tapping the Subconscious

2.16. What is Modern Art

2.16.1. Modern Landscapes

2.16.2. Modern Portraits

2.16.3. Painting Modern Life

2.16.4. Popular Culture

2.16.5. Rise of the Modern City

3. Browse by Artists

3.1. A

3.1.1. Marina Abramovic

3.1.2. Vito Acconci

3.1.3. Aluminum Company of America, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

3.1.4. El Anatsui

3.1.5. Jean (Hans) Arp

3.1.6. Eugene Atget

3.1.7. Richard Avedon

3.2. B

3.2.1. Johannes Baader

3.2.2. John Baldessari

3.2.3. Yto Barrada

3.2.4. Max Beckmann

3.2.5. Hans Bellmar

3.2.6. Hippolyte Blancard

3.2.7. Alighiero Boetti

3.2.8. Louise Bourgeois

3.2.9. Mathew B. Brady (Studio of)

3.2.10. Georges Braque

3.2.11. Daniel Buren

3.3. C

3.3.1. Claude Cahun

3.3.2. Julia Margaret Cameron

3.3.3. Fernando Campana

3.3.4. Paul Cezanne

3.3.5. Revital Cohen

3.3.6. John Coplans

3.3.7. Joseph Cornell

3.4. D

3.4.1. Salvador Dali

3.4.2. Willem de Kooning

3.4.3. Robert Delaunay

3.4.4. Thomas Demand

3.4.5. Andre Derain

3.4.6. Earle Dickson

3.4.7. Philip-Lorca di Corcia

3.4.8. Otto Dix

3.4.9. Juan Downey

3.4.10. Marcel Duchamp

3.5. E

3.5.1. Charles Eames

3.5.2. Carl Elsener

3.5.3. Max Ernst

3.5.4. Walker Evans

3.6. F

3.6.1. Dan Flavin

3.6.2. Helen Frankenthaler

3.6.3. Art Fry

3.7. G

3.7.1. Alexander Gardner

3.7.2. Paul Gauguin

3.7.3. Alberto Giacometti

3.7.4. Robert Gober

3.7.5. Vincent van Gogh

3.7.6. Adolph Gottlieb

3.7.7. George Grosz

3.7.8. Hector Guimard

3.8. H

3.8.1. Philippe Halsman

3.8.2. Mona Hatoum

3.8.3. Erich Heckel

3.8.4. Eva Hesse

3.8.5. Hong Hao

3.9. J

3.9.1. Marcel Jean

3.9.2. Yun-Fei Ji

3.9.3. Frances Benjamin Johnston

3.9.4. Donald Judd

3.10. K

3.10.1. Freida Kahlo

3.10.2. Vasily Kandinsky

3.10.3. Deborah Kass

3.10.4. Kazuo Kawasaki

3.10.5. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

3.10.6. Franz Kline

3.10.7. Margaret E. Knight

3.10.8. Oskar Kokoschka

3.10.9. Kathe Kollwitz

3.10.10. Joseph Kosuth

3.10.11. Lee Krasner

3.10.12. Yayoi Kusama

3.11. L

3.11.1. Wilfredo Lam

3.11.2. Dorothea Lange

3.11.3. Raoul Francois Larche

3.11.4. Jacques-Henri Lartigue

3.11.5. Jacob Lawrence

3.11.6. Norman Lewis

3.11.7. Sol LeWitt

3.11.8. Roy Lichtenstein

3.11.9. Glenn Ligon

3.11.10. El Lissitzky

3.11.11. Paolo Lomazzi

3.11.12. Mateo Lopez

3.11.13. Barrett Lyon

3.12. M

3.12.1. Charles Rennie Mackintosh

3.12.2. Rene Magritte

3.12.3. Man Ray

3.12.4. Franz Marc

3.12.5. Forrest Mars

3.12.6. Andre Masson

3.12.7. Henri Matisse

3.12.8. Gordon Matta-Clark

3.12.9. Ana Mendieta

3.12.10. Joan Miro

3.12.11. Mariko Mori

3.12.12. Max Morise

3.12.13. Robert Morris

3.12.14. Edvard Munch

3.13. N

3.13.1. Nadar

3.13.2. Senga Nengudi

3.13.3. Louise Nevelson

3.13.4. Barnett Newman

3.13.5. Isamu Noguchi

3.14. O

3.14.1. Meret Oppenheim

3.15. P

3.15.1. Max Pechstein

3.15.2. Gilles Peress

3.15.3. Grayson Perry

3.15.4. Richard Pettibone

3.15.5. Francis Picabia

3.15.6. Pablo Picasso

3.15.7. Adrian Piper

3.15.8. Jackson Pollock

3.15.9. Richard Prince

3.16. R

3.16.1. Walid Raad

3.16.2. Michael Rakowitz

3.16.3. Robert Rauschenberg

3.16.4. Ad Reinhardt

3.16.5. Jacod August Riis

3.16.6. James Rosenquist

3.16.7. Mark Rothko

3.16.8. Henri Rousseau

3.17. S

3.17.1. August Sander

3.17.2. Karl Schmidt-Rottluff

3.17.3. Carolee Schneemann

3.17.4. Kurt Schwitters

3.17.5. Richard Serra

3.17.6. Georges-Pierre Seurat

3.17.7. Cindy Sherman

3.17.8. William J. Shew

3.17.9. Shahzia Sikander

3.17.10. Laurie Simmons

3.17.11. Lorna Simpson

3.17.12. David Smith

3.17.13. Robert Smithson

3.17.14. The Stanley Works

3.17.15. Frank Stella

3.17.16. Clyfford Still

3.18. T

3.18.1. Yves Tanguy

3.18.2. Rirkrit Tiravanija

3.18.3. Ray Tomlinson

3.18.4. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

3.18.5. Earl S. Tupper

3.19. U

3.19.1. UNICEF United Nations Children's Fund

3.20. V

3.20.1. Theo van Doesburg

3.20.2. Edouard Vuillard

3.21. W

3.21.1. Jeff Wall

3.21.2. Andy Warhol

3.21.3. Carrie Mae Weems

3.21.4. Tom Wesselmann

3.21.5. Sven Wingquist

3.22. Y

3.22.1. Tokujin Yoshioka

3.22.2. Arthur Young

3.23. Z

3.23.1. Zarina