Contemporary art – its beginning dates back to the period after the Second World War but it fully developed after modernism, modern art.

The concept of contemporary art is exceptionally roomy. For example, contemporary art is art for art (l’art pour l’art). The intellectual character of the creative act, the concept is also strongly emphasized.

The servile role of art, its strict attachments to reality and compliance with the aesthetic impressions of recipients have become insignificant.

Nevertheless, apart from the works departing from traditional aesthetics, an exceptionally aesthetic department appears.

In contemporary art, many means of expression are used, for example, video installations, photomontage, abstractions, collage, installations, happenings, performance.

Contemporary art is a very wide subject, many trends, many means of expression and artistic freedom.

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Ivana Olbricht Falling Star
Paintings
100 × 100 cm
2.220,00
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Kestutis Jauniskis Abstraction 18
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30 × 24 cm
180,83
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Bianca Prettau Cobalt (re) avenue
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80 × 120 cm
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Bianca Prettau Thames
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160 × 80 cm
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Bianca Prettau New York, last day of 2019
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160 × 80 cm
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Ivana Olbricht Sunny valley
Paintings
50 × 70 cm
710,00
Ivana Olbricht Happy all day long
Paintings
100 × 70 cm
1.420,00
Svetoslav Stoyanov Back Home
Paintings
60 × 80 cm
7.114,17
Szilard Barta M series: Mother and child
Painted Object and 3D Painting
64 × 99 cm
3.049,00
Tomáš Kobolka The Family
Paintings
80 × 50 cm
1.936,00
Szilard Barta U series XVI. Interference
Painted Object and 3D Painting
79.5 × 54.5 cm
3.049,00
Szilard Barta U series XV. Scope
Painted Object and 3D Painting
49 × 49 cm
2.074,00
Sergey Lesnikov Wild peonies
Paintings
120 × 110 cm
1.580,00