Question Solved1 Answer I tried to put art as the category but it was not offered. Anyone know a good answer to this? preferably 16th, 17th, 18th or 19th century art. 1) In your opinion, in what period did modern art begin and what constitutes "modern" art?

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I tried to put art as the category but it was not offered. Anyone know a good answer to this? preferably 16th, 17th, 18th or 19th century art.
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Modern art encompasses the artistic work that was produced in the period between 1860 and 1970, and denotes the artistic styles and philosophies produced at that time. It can be seen in the Industrial Revolution that modernity and modern art are born. This era of rapid manufacturing, transportation and technology changes started around the middle of the 18th century and lasted through the 19th century and affected profoundly the conditions of social, economic and cultural life in Western Europe, North America and ultimately in the world. The way people lived, worked and travelled, extended their worldview and gained access to new ideas, and new forms of transport, including the rail, the steam engine and subway. As urban centres flourished, workers flocked to towns for industrial jobs and boomed urban populations.The term is generally associated with art, where past traditions were cast aside in a spirit of experimentation. Modern artists have been experimenting with new approaches to the nature of materials and art functions and with fresh ideas. A tendency towards abstraction is typical of much modern art away from the narrative characteristic to the traditional arts. More recently, contemporary or postmodern arts are commonly called artistic production.it starts  Georges Seurat and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, all of whom were crucial ... See the full answer