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Neo-Plasticism

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Conrad Lewis

on 14 January 2013

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Transcript of Neo-Plasticism

Modernism Modernism in design and architecture emerged in the aftermath of the First World War and the Russian Revolution – a period when the artistic avant-garde dreamed of a new world free of conflict, greed and social inequality. It was not a style but a loose collection of ideas. Many different styles can be characterised as Modernist, but they shared certain underlying principles: a rejection of history and applied ornament; a preference for abstraction; and a belief that design and technology could transform society. Neo-Plasticism "Neoplasticism is the belief that art should not be the reproduction of real objects, but the expression of the absolutes of life." Theo Van Doesburg Piet Mondrain Piet Mondrain and Theo Van Doesburg were probably the most prolific names of Neo-Plasticism. Piet Mondrain became a member of the American abstract movement in the 1940s
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