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Modern Art, Conceptual Art & Cubism

Conceptual art

Conceptual art, sometimes simply called conceptualism, is art in which the concept(s) or idea(s) involved in the work take precedence over traditional aesthetic and material concerns. Some works of conceptual art, sometimes called installations, may be constructed by anyone simply by following a set of written instructions.

History of Conceptualism

Marcel Duchamp, Fountain, 1917. Photograph by Alfred Stieglitz

The French artist Marcel Duchamp paved the way for the conceptualists, providing them with examples of prototypically conceptual works — the readymades, for instance. The most famous of Duchamp's readymades was Fountain (1917), a standard urinal-basin signed by the artist with the pseudonym "R.Mutt", and submitted for inclusion in the annual, un-juried exhibition of the Society of Independent Artists in New York (which rejected it).

The critique of formalism and of the commodification of art

Conceptual art emerged as a movement during the 1960s - in part as a reaction against formalism as then articulated by the influential New York art critic Clement Greenberg. According to Greenberg Modern art followed a process of progressive reduction and refinement toward the goal of defining the essential, formal nature of each medium. Those elements that ran counter to this nature were to be reduced. The task of painting, for example, was to define precisely what kind of object a painting truly is: what makes it a painting and nothing else.

Dematerialization of Art

Some have argued that conceptual art continued this "dematerialization" of art by removing the need for objects altogether, while others, including many of the artists themselves, saw conceptual art as a radical break with Greenberg's kind of formalist Modernism.

Commodification of Art

Conceptual art also reacted against the commodification of art; it attempted a subversion of the gallery or museum as the location and determiner of art, and the art market as the owner and distributor of art. Lawrence Weiner said: "Once you know about a work of mine you own it.

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Conceptual Art

The French artist Marcel Duchamp paved the way for the conceptualists, providing them with examples of prototypically conceptual works — the readymades, for instance.

Post conceptualism

Postconceptualism is an art theory that builds upon the legacy of conceptual art in contemporary art, where the concept(s) or idea(s) involved in the work takes some precedence over traditional aesthetic and material concerns.

Anti-anti-art

In Anti-anti-art, the Stuckists outlined their opposition to what is known as "anti-art". Stuckists claim that conceptual art is justified by the work of Marcel Duchamp, but that Duchamp's work is "anti-art by intent and effect".

Body Art

Body art is art made on, with, or consisting of, the human body. The most common forms of body artare tattoos and body piercings. Other types include scarification, branding, subdermal implants, scalpelling, shaping...

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Wikipedia Art

Wikipedia is the reference in terms of definition and crowd sourced reference articles.

Universalis Art

The reference in terms of long form writing about Art and Philosophy.

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Shh! Knights, I bid you welcome to your new home. Let us ride to Camelot! The swallow may fly south with the sun, and the house martin or the plover may seek warmer climes in winter, yet these are not strangers to our land.

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The fall season brings colder temperatures and frost. Corn is one of the crops that is harvested in the fall. In addition, some children enjoy trick or treating on Halloween night. Furthermore, in the fall season there are animals that prepare for hibernation by eating a lot in order to store up enough body fat to live on through the winter months.
Winter
Winter brings snow and ice for many people in the world. Evergreen trees are brought inside homes and set up for Christmas celebrations. Bears have gone into hibernation and most trees have lost all of their leaves. Shoveling snow and building snowmen are two common activities of the winter season.
Spring
In nature, the spring season is a time of renewal. Trees begin to bud and flowers bloom. Easter egg hunts are held in the springtime to celebrate the season. Rainy days help the growth of the flowers, grass, and trees during the spring.
Summer
For many students, summer is a time of relaxation and a break from schoolwork. The Fourth of July is celebrated in America with parades and other outdoor activities. The long days of summer allow for lots of time with friends and family. Summer is a common season for thunderstorms that are both powerful and exciting to see.

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When a year rich in new features is ending, what's best than the CMS Timeline Of Webflow Features to look back on releases?

Important 2020 features and events

Symbols!

When 2020 started, I knew Symbol Content Override was soon to be released, and I suspected it would be a huge feature. I preemptively named the year "Oh my Symbols!".

Symbol Content Override was released in March, and Nesting Symbols in December. Those are the only 2 features I labeled as "Major" this year. Together, they make Symbols very powerful, giving you the ability to create entire systems that are fast to build and to maintain. Planning ahead can now save you a ton of time down the road.

Since Webflow World Tour this summer we know that Symbols are meant to be renamed Components soon, so they'll get more love and features but it's unclear which ones at this time.

Prebuilt Layouts

The only new feature I labeled "Remarkable" in 2020. It's full of potential. However, it didn't evolve since its introduction last February. I know what you're thinking: "Why can't I save my own Layouts components?" and "With Symbols and Content Override, why do Prebuilt Layouts even exist?" We will certainly get answers to those questions next year.

University 2.0

University 2.0 launch was a very welcomed revamping of the help center. The design of the new center is beautiful, and new lessons are added every week.

Webflow Virtual World Tour

WVWT has been a great way to get a sneak peek inside of Webflow development team. Handled by product managers as speakers, we pretty much got the roadmap of new features from the summer to where we are now. Join Gaby Izzara and Barret Johnson for the opening keynote below, and you can also re-watch all the sessions from the Virtual World Tour website.

Webflow Enterprise

The Webflow Experts program became the Enterprise Program in December, and now propose two listings of curated Webflow developers: Professional Partners are freelance designers ready to build your site from A to Z, Enterprise Partners are agencies capable of handling your most demanding projects. (I belong to this program! You can find me here).

Let's not forget..…

We also got great new design tools this year, such as Image Fit and position support — This, along with Audit, a11y elements, and Batch alt tags, is giving us a great toolbox to improve the accessibility of our websites. Also, Background clipping means a lot less custom code for our images and text clipping effects.

E-commerce is steadily gaining new features too, with Shippo and Printful integration, Digital Goods, Buy Now button, EC discounts, Product types. This should continue next year.

Assets got a lot of love, they now have a larger panel, batch management, and folders! You can also clean unused assets, by deleting all your assets at once, publishing your site, and refreshing the Designer: you'll be left with only assets used by your site.

Speaking of cleaning a project, since this year you can also clean unused interactions, which is a very welcomed feature, useful for maintenance or when you duplicate a project or buy a template.

What is announced for 2021?

From the World Tour Keynote, we know that more features for Symbols are coming: they'll be renamed Components, they'll get a Style override/variants feature — I also hope we'll get a feature to turn on and off the display of elements of a Symbol that are turned into fields. Webflow is also working on sharing components across projects and a notion of Component page building, which would allow some sort of disconnection between a component and the page styles.

One of the most exciting things that Webflow disclosed working on is Workflows. How many of your sites are using automation from Integromat, Zapier, or another third party service? What if those automations were handled by Webflow directly?

Webflow is also working on User Accounts and Subscriptions for e-commerce. Those two features are among the most requested. User Accounts alone should help decide a lot of clients to jump into Webflow for their e-commerce.

A better Team experience is also in the works. The Team plan is currently difficult to understand and often judged too expensive. Also, it is difficult to collaborate between designers or designers and clients when you don't have a team Plan, pushing you to share credentials or to purchase an Account plan just to transfer a site. We hope 2021 will bring clarity and efficiency to collaboration, with notions of roles and feedback too.

The Timeline is now up to date, reflecting the possible upcoming features for 2021.

My wish for 2021? That we see an end to the current sanitary crisis, and that conferences and meetups can happen again. We should expect a No-Code conference, one way or another.

Have a great 2021 everyone, it's going to be exciting!

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