There Are No Art Movements Today, Says Michael Rooks of Atlanta's High Museum - Deepstash
There Are No Art Movements Today

There is no one dominant philosophy or ideology. Contemporary art is characterized by its global nature. It is also not media-dependent. The whole idea of art as a series of movements is "a modernist schema" more useful for scholars and others to understand the past than for artists working in the present.

Today's art crosses boundaries in terms of discipline. For example, artists can be designers, focus on mass consumption, work in fashion or even collaborate with industrial designers.

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Michael Rooks

"Rather than offering answers, contemporary art asks questions."

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