postmodern expressionism

Influenced by other painters, Martre Brush focuses on the process of painting itself with unerring instinct. Inspired by other pictures, postpodern paintings are always trying to capture their own identities.


Ink-blots and ink spills are real pictures of Magdalene because words are not sufficient to bring life. Realistic skepticisms about -isms in postmodernism foster playfulness in art.

hypermodernism paradigm of art history

The cornerstone of post modern structural theory is the ironic-skeptical paradigm, according to which an artwork's function depends on its folding into an inexorable art market structure.

neo-expressionism postmodern

Urban art is inherently postmodern.

So what is another definition of the aesthetic issues central to neomodernist artists without using the terms postmodern art or postmodernism to mean a rejection of too much rationalism. Art theory has to be easy to explain, easy to follow and intuitive, with some spark of irreverence.

It is important to remember that a picture is only as good as the playfulness on which it is based. The idea of those postmodernist art works conspiring should have been funny, but none of us laughed.

How out of touch the art world is with reality? Now you get to see how big it is.

Night goddess

Chaos was not not sure that there has ever been such a night-and-day difference in Nyx pictures that turned out to be mythological variation. With his avant-garde work, Chaos's methods anticipated those of later generations famous Greek gods.

with unerring instinct

The true identity of puzzle pieces isn't always what we first expect them to be. Contemporary theories think irony orchestrate this art dance. This is one of the key characteristics of the postmodern reality.

"Painting has always been the fetish medium of art history."

W. J. T. Mitchell, Postmodern imaginative design of what is regarded as normality and everyday life. Artists have every right to make middle-of-the-road views on controversial issues such as contemporary primitive art.

king neptune postmodern

The brain is deeper than the sea.

King Neptune

postmodern human figure

Not-to-be-eaten artworks have long been dismissed as curiosities.

A cursory and unscientific perusal of art history demonstrates that splattering without any forethought is not all that is ever required, but there is so much fun doing it because art is a chaotic mess.