Thinking about scheduling a trip to the museum? You’re not alone, actually. The museum is a place that’s open to the public at a very affordable cost. Instead of assuming that you won’t be able to find anything interesting, why not try to look at which art movements you might see inside the museum? Of course, every museum is different. We’re just trying to give you the highlights. You could find these styles, but you could also find even more waiting in store for you at the museum. The tour guides will be there to help you understand more about each display, if you’re really into it.
Are you interested in the element of surprise? Then you’ll love Surrealism, a movement that is based around not just art but an entire philosophy. This is the intersection of dreams and realities, derived from Dada-ism. Famous members of the Surrealism movement include Salvador Dali and Max Morise.
2. Art Deco
This style came into popularity right before World War I, when the whole world changed. The style is based on combining the usual artistic techniques with geometric shapes and an emphasis on the industrialization of the world. You’ll see amazing chevrons, sunbursts, symmetry and lots of chrome. Read More