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King's
03-23-2011
08:47 AM ET (US)
What is Modernism?
According to Christopher Witcombe in his article What is Art?...What is an Artist? (1997) The Roots of Modernism, he instated that “the term ‘modern’ is used to refer to a period dating from roughly the 1860s through the 1970s and describes the style and ideology of art produced during that era. It is this more specific use of modern that is intended when people speak of modern art. The term ‘modernism’ is also used to refer to the art of the modern period. More specifically, ‘modernism’ can be thought of as referring to the philosophy of modern art”. I think He is quite correct in the sense that during that era there were many art movements like surrealism, realism, cubism, etc. Modernism came then as a new style which cut across those movements and introducing the new styles like pop art.
Bibliography: http://witcombe.sbc.edu/modernism/roots.html
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Jason
03-23-2011
07:59 AM ET (US)
According to Artsmia and Murray, Sarah (2009) Helium in her tongue tangling blog from helium.com she argues that modernism "refers to one who is an advocate of all things modern". She then goes on to discuss that we shouldn't think of modernism as an extension of previous art adaptations such as realism but to think of it as a discontiuation of the previous to consider that what was left behind from the old is more imporatnt then what was kept on. Artsmia describes modernism as a way of thinking from those of an art history background relating back to the 1880s. Like Murray the quote shows that modernism is a movemnet to represent the change from previous art styles.

http://www.artsmia.org/modernism/# (accessed March 23 2011)

http://www.helium.com/items/1321344-modernism (accessed March 23 2011)
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shadequePerson was signed in when posted
03-23-2011
07:46 AM ET (US)
What is Modernism?

According to Jyoti Bhusal, Modernism is a time in our history when traditional values changed and literature became an outlet for troubled and rebellious souls.

In the article, Jyoti also mentions “Modernism is a artistic and cultural movement with its roots in mid-19th century France, generally defined by new forms of art, architecture, music and literature emerging in the decades before 1914 as artists rejected 19th century artistic traditions such as romanticism”.

Post-Modernism is a cultural movement which I believe has impacted the world we are in today. The modern period changed how we live and how we look at things. Graphic Design has developed through it.

Bibliography
Bhusal, J. (Nov, 28, 2007) 23/3/2011
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Jaume
03-23-2011
07:35 AM ET (US)
As T. R. Quigley (16 Nov 07) says in his website http://homepage.newschool.edu/~quigleyt/vcs/postmodernism.pdf “Modernism is generally used as a way of referring to an aesthetic approach dominant in European and American art and literature in the Twentieth Century. The principles of formalism and the autonomy of art are generally assumed to be key features of Modernism”. Modernism was an art, literature, cience, and philosophy movement which change the dominant artistic culture.
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Gurcan
03-23-2011
07:34 AM ET (US)
Whilst researching Modernism I found an article by Stephenson, John B. (1968) The American Journal of Sociology he dicusses the difference between Modernism and Modernization. He say the difference is the set of modern beliefs and values is Modernism. (Stephenson, 1968: 266)

Bibliography
http://www.jstor.org/stable/2775534?seq=2
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Tammy
03-23-2011
07:31 AM ET (US)
While i was researching modernism i came across an article website called articlesbase.com and found this article by Jyoti Bhusal, p. (Nov 28, 2007) He quotes “ Actually, the word ‘modernism’ refers to the characteristics of the modern time and it is a new thought or practice which is called as modernism.”
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Jordan
03-23-2011
07:29 AM ET (US)
Modernism is the genre of art and literature that makes a self-conscious break with previous genres. It is literary movement spawning from the feeling of uncertainty and disillusionment that was left following World War I. Stein, G. (2002) Modernism (1914-1946), word document download found at http://scholar.google.co.uk/scholar?hl=en&...e=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=ws accessed 23/3/2011.
Whilst I was researching post modernism, I came across an article, which said “Modernism roughly spans the time between World War I and the early 1970s. What we generally think of as the modernist ethic evolved first in Europe, among such architects as Le Corbusier, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and Walter Gropius, the latter two of the German Bauhaus school.” (Bose, S. 2008) http://www.preservationnation.org/magazine...t-is-modernism.html
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Nathan Brown
03-23-2011
07:28 AM ET (US)
One interesting article from Ashleigh Berryman explained that “Modernism was experimentation in art, it was progress and a totally new way of thinking. Anybody could be modernist, ‘Dancers, artists, designers, musicians, architects, and writers… anybody who wanted to ‘Exit Victorian ways of thought and enter a new way of thinking. Modernism is giving up old ways in pursuit of new methods and avant garde attitudes.’” Berryman, A. (2011) What is Modernism? http://ashleighberryman.wordpress.com/2011.../what-is-modernism/
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Ja-rae'
03-23-2011
07:27 AM ET (US)
What is modernism?
the word ‘modernism’ refers to the characteristics of the modern time and it is a new thought or practice which is called as modernism. Time after the 20th century, the modernism deliberated departure from tradition to modern. Modernism is a artistic and cultural movement with its roots in mid-19th century France, generally defined by new forms of art, architecture, music and literature emerging in the decades before 1914 as artists rejected 19th century artistic traditions such as romanticism.


Jyoti Bhusal
Nov 28, 2007
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Rui
03-23-2011
07:25 AM ET (US)
According to Witcombe L.E.C ART & ARTISTS: the Roots of Modernism

As an art historical term, modernrefers to a period dating from roughly the 1860s through the 1970s and is used to describe the style and the ideology of art produced during that era. It is this more specific use of modern that is intended when people speak of modern art. The term modernismis also used to refer to the art of the modern period. More specifically, modernismcan be thought of as referring to the philosophy of modern art.
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Dardan
03-23-2011
07:21 AM ET (US)
What is Modernism?

According to Giddens, A from his article New German Critique, 1981 he states that “Modernism is neither only a protest against lost traditions, nor an endorsement of their dissolution, but in some degree an accurate expression of the "emptying" of time-space.”

Bibiliography :
http://www.jstor.org/pss/487860
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