The 10 Obscure Art Movements That Will Make You Scratch Your Head

The 10 Obscure Art Movements That Will Make You Scratch Your Head

Art can be complicated. Often, it is hard to know whether the artist wants to convey in interpreting its meaning or message. Other times, it is difficult to understand the techniques and methods used.

However, the art belongs to complicate things further different types and art movements. The other movements are direct, not so much. We strangest and most obscure art movements existed or still exist in the world has compiled a list below.

10. Intentism

I have no intention of Art, we wonder. Or something which is probably the intent and the message has to be that we decide. However, it will not agree to follow Intentism.

Intentism artists, writers, actors and musicians who believe that art is an international art movement are intended to convey a message to those who can.

Intentists follow three principles. First, he feels artists are free to convey their message to society. Secondly, they believe that confusion, hidden or denied intentions leading zero accountability. In Thirdly and finally, it seems that they could lead to imposing sanctions on the artist's intention emissions.

Indeed, Intentists that is intended by the rejection and lack of will, creativity and blood indifferent believe.

9. Orphism Art Movements

Orphism, Orphic Cubism or also called Simultaneism, abstract art is a phenomenon in which derived from Cubism. Movement in 1912, a French poet, Guillaume named by Apollinaire, and was light and color preference. Apollinaire thought that brought the music features of the new style paintings painting. Name Orphism Orpheus, a poet and singer comes from ancient Greek mythology.

The movement started Terk Robert Delaunay and his wife, Sonia Delaunay-. Unlike the Cubists, they believed to be a powerful factor in the color of their art, especially the Cubists, though, they were very interested in geometric fragmentation.

The movement was short-lived and ended before World War II

8. Fluxus Art Movements

Fluxus was known for blending different artistic media in the 1960s there was a group of artists. Fluxus artists could be found all over the world but particularly large concentration of these can be found in various German cities as well as New York.

George Maciunas is considered the founder of the group. He said that the name 'Fluxus' pit and edited numerous publications movement.

Fluxus followers have the right to decide the value of art museums strongly disagreed with this idea. He did not seem that art audiences will have to be qualified in any way to see and understand art. He was also a desire to ensure that everyone produces regurlarly art - not just the Fluxus members wanted to make acceptable to all public art.

7. Arte Povera

Art Povera, or poor art, an artistic movement that emerged in the 1960s. The group members were born Italian artists like stones, fabrics and art paper machine washed. Group minimalism and modern abstract painting was rejected.

Movement of Italian art critic and curator, was introduced by Germano Celant. The concept of the art to convey a complete and absolutely without opennes would like to name the restrictions, materials and processes.

The group's most memorable art, however, comes from the unprocessed material consumer culture with references to their use. The group of new and old contradictory to complicate our sense of time passing.

6. Yellowism

In 2012, named Vladimir Umanets was a Berber Mark Rothko exhibition at London's Tate Modern Wall GRAFFITI written on. Graffiti "Vladimir Umanets, a potential piece of Yellowism." It read, gained the international recognition of Yellowism.

By Vladimir Umanets and Marcin Lodyga - Yellowism is an artistic movement run by two people. Movement started in Egypt in 2010 was the first exhibition sun, issued after grasping Yellowism is not an easy task, but when. Obviously, I need to order a piece of art will be considered as part of Yellowism, either in space is shown a yellow gallery or signed by a Yellowist.

Umanets also, the main difference between the movement "Yellowism and art for most people, everything is about Yellowism, in Yellowism you've got freedom of interpretation in art you have the freedom to interpret there is that. " Has indeed Yellowism looks like vandalism and vague nonsense, but perhaps Yellowists ultimately we will surprise everyone.

5. Mannerism Art Movements

The method originated in Italy in 1520, and soon spread throughout Europe. Instead of focusing on the representation of natural focus on the complexity and virtuosity of this movement. Giuseppe Arcimboldo, such as vegetables, fruits, flowers and objects behind the portrait of the artist, is a great example of a Mannerist.

A style of movement that comes from the Italian word meaning 'maniera'. Indeed, Mannerists believed that the paintings were simple, natural, simple life. It is best to spice up that thought with a virtuoso technique as well as the invention and refinement of life. Early Mannerists long forms, like to use irrational settings, and theatrical lighting. So perhaps it comes as no surprise that most of the audience left mannerist paintings nervous and volatile.

4. The Incoherents

Incoherents was an art movement founded in 1882 by a Parisian writer and publisher Jules Levy. The exhibition of drawings by children or people did not know how to draw, "found" objects, parodies of political and social satire with a piece of famous art pieces. Thus, in this way, the movement was not only an artistic exhibition or to serve as an artistic outlet, but also as a form of public entertainment.

When it decided to organize an evening at Jules Levy could not attract under which people will be encouraged to create art as well as to draw and paint. It was a huge success and a few months later, he repeated the experience in your home with your friends. Once again, the evening proved successful and resulted in extensive newspaper coverage. First, 'Incoherents' were part of Parisian culture.

Unfortunately, in 1886, Levy claims that he became a target for criticism that he was using 'Incoherents' for their interests. Others were also started to use the name for their own efforts - in cafes and magazines unconnected but in fact, they had nothing to do with real people participating in the movement. Thus, Levy decided to end this movement, and a couple of short recovery efforts, while the ashes of Paris forgot trends.

3. Dazzle Camouflage

Dazzle camouflage was the first World War as well as a technique used in World War II and later to camouflage ships. It is also known as 'dazzle camouflage' or 'Dazzle Razzle' and is attributed to the Norman Wilkinson.

Wilkinson, an artist and illustrator, as well as a Second World War Royal Navy who were volunteers, realized the danger of German U-boats and devised a plan to help the Allied ships with their artistry.

Being in a way that is impossible to camouflage ships fully aware that render them unnoticeable, decided that he was the need. Thus, to confuse the enemy ships crazy shapes and bold colors, it is difficult their speed, size, and painted it to assess the direction of the ship. However, it is unclear whether this technology's effectiveness, dazzle Razzle 'superior to a simple ship was ever measured was like.

2. Fauvism Art Movements

Fauvism emerged in the twentieth century in France and was one of the first successful movements of the avant garde. Fauves, loosely translated means 'animal', bold brushstrokes and vibrant, often express themselves through the direct application of color that they Tube. Knowledge of the principles and priorities of individual artists and intuition correctly represented. Thus, the number of paintings by the 'Fauves' the abstract and simple.

Movement, Louis Vauxcelles, gained its name after a Lichtenstein saw Henri Matisse and Andre Derain, with paintings of other artists, and 'Les fauves' (wild animals) called distaste. Indeed, Vauxcelles still "young" and went on to describe the artists behind the movement as 'dangerous'.

1. Stuckism Art Movement

Stuckism figurative painting promotes the conceptual art was an art movement founded in 1999 that Charles Thomson and Billy Childish. Childish girlfriend had their art was the name when it is insulted him by saying "stuck, stuck, stuck." Art is more than just dead Stuckists firm bed and that there is modern art, as opposed to less certainty than art, conceptual art and the like.

Stuckists regularly by holding demonstrations against the Turner Prize. At one point, they even dress up as clowns. Over the years, the movement has gained a lot of media coverage of demonstrations. Stuckism more than 187 groups in 45 countries, an international movement that has grown into today.