Abstract Art- a trend in painting and sculpture in the twentieth century. Abstract art seeks to break away from traditional representation of physical objects. It explores the relationships of forms and colors, whereas more traditional art represents the world in recognizable images.
Condition Report – a fine art term for a written report by an art expert such as an art conservator, museum or auction house staff member, art museum registrar or art appraiser that tracks any damages or noteworthy changes to an artwork.
Treatment Proposal – the agent, procedure, or regimen used to fix or treat a work
Damage Report- a document that describes and establishes a value for damage to a shipping container aboard a shipping vessel.
Fluxus – founded by George Maclunas, a group whose mission was to “promote a revolutionary flood and tide in art, promote living art and anti-art
Avant Garde- used to describe any artist, group or style which is considered significantly ahead of its time. The painting by John Cage on the left is considered to be a part of the avant garde movement
Neo-Dada – meaning “new-dada” or “anti-dada” used more subtle messages and strategies more fitting to the Cold War era
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