Articles


The Evolution of Abstract Art - Abstraction is more representative of the essence of modernism than any other characteristic of art. This article traces the evolution of abstract art from its foundation at the end of the nineteenth century to its pinnacle at the middle of the twentieth century.

The History of Abstract Expressionism - Near the end of World War II, the formal philosophies of European abstractionists merged with the emotional outpouring of German Expressionists to create a new kind of art.

Modern Abstract Art: Whence? And Why? - by R. Wesley Hurd, McKenzie Study Center, an institute of Gutenberg College.

Art and Visual Culture - What is art? What is art history? How does visual culture relate to art?

Tips and Techniques: Abstract Expressionist Painting - from the Smithsonian Studio Art Blog.

Pictures of Nothing: Abstract Art since Pollock - The Fifty-second A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts.

The Birth of Cubism - a treatise on the beginnings of cubism.

Trotskyism and the Abstract Expressionists

What is abstract art - A brief overview and history of abstract art.

Effective art promotion for artist - a beginners guide to online promotion.

Art directories - a list of directores to submit your site to.