Early 1900's
War and More
All Mod
Consumer Culture
Late 1900's
100

We were called wild beast for our use of brilliant color. What period are we?

Fauvism

100

We are Anti-War and Anti-Art. Our name is babble like the meaning of war.

Dada

100

Our work stands up to dictators and protests abusive governments.

Social Realism

100

We are pushing back against the minimal art before us and are making works from common materials that everyone can relate to.

Pop Art

100

This type of work is all about creating a space for the viewer to experience. 

Installation Art

200

What style is focused on the structure of things and different view at one time?

Cubism

200

We are inspired by dreams and the subconscious. Freud is our grandfather and Jung is our father. 

Surrealism

200

We combine elements of our culture in South America and the art styles from Europe.

Latin American Modernism

200

We collect objects and images from everywhere to create our own meaning. What method is this?

Assemblage

200

Works dealing with women's issues and their place in the art world. 

Feminist Art

300

Alfred Stiglitz and Georgia Okeeffe were a part of this movement.

American Modernism

300

Our work explores inner feelings and emotions. Munch on that as you scream.

Expressionism

300

We celebrate our connection to Africa while creating modern works about our life in America.

African American Modernists

300

This work is made for one place and sometimes is using the land to do it.

Site Work & Earthworks 

300

A work created by Judy Chicago to point out important women in history.

The Dinner Party

400

Our work is about speed and motion. 

Furturism

400

Buildings that touch the sky. Clean, industrial boxes to work in. 

International Style/Bauhaus

400

We express ourselves through line and color. For us it is purely formal.

Abstract Expressionism

400

I used industrial methods to make my paintings. Everyone has their 15 minutes of fame.

Andy Warhol

400

An artform which combines the element of theater with possible audience interaction.

Performance Art

500

What revolution inspire movement, flowing lines, and different views?

Industrial revolution

500

Step inside my mind of dripping clocks crawling with ants. Who am I?

Dali

500

I combine my connection with Mexico and my interest in Surrealism.

Frida Kahlo

500

This earthwork changed the form of the land where it meets the water.

Spiral Jetty

500

The artist that combines feminist art with the mother goddess. Her works connect with nature.

Ana Mendiata

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