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The most notable phenomena of the 1960s and 1970s are the development of conceptual art and minimalism.


In the 70s, the social orientation of the art-process was noticeably strengthened both in terms of content and composition.


The most noticeable phenomenon of the mid-70’s was feminism in art, as well as the increase in the activity of ethnic minorities and social groups.


The late 70s and 80s are characterized by fatigue from conceptual art and minimalism and a return of interest in image, color and figurativeness.


In the mid 80’s there is a time to lift movements, actively used images of mass culture – campsism.


The flowering of photography in art – more and more artists are beginning to turn to it as a means of artistic expression


Great influence on the art of technology development, in particular the improvement of video and audio in the 60’s.


Modern art of the 21st century have not yet appeared.

Art – provocative, non-standard, unlike the classical examples of the high art, to which we are accustomed. Modern art does not always have a color, a line, a spot, it is increasingly saturated with sound, idea and emotion, which appears already in the recipient. So how is it to understand art and can we understand it the same way?

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The most popular stereotype about contemporary art is that it is unclear, closed, somewhat provocative, and does not require much effort from the artist. However, this does not prevent the majority from being interested in it, because it concerns us directly.

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