Hubei Institute of Fine Arts, Wuhan, Hubei, P.R. China.
*Corresponding author: Zhiqi Li
In the 1960s, the possibility of modern art broadening, traditional paintings and sculptures were no longer the focus of the art world. To some extent, this would be recognized in the form of art practice, and new worship replaced the old worship, so a group of avantgarde art immediately emerged. Such as some pop art, most of the hyperrealism art, humble art and appropriation art. What do these arts want to express? Is it the pure image or the meaning hidden behind it? Once considered simply fashionable and avantgarde, they are now gaining renewed attention. Due to most of the modern art abandon the beauty and skills, and emphasize the content and concepts, facing this new arts people often do not know what they do, even feel boring. Is there a wall that hinders people's understanding? This article will explore the cognitive disorder in modern art in six chapters.
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On the Cognitive Disorder in Modern Art
How to cite this paper: Zhiqi Li. (2022) On the Cognitive Disorder in Modern Art. Journal of Humanities, Arts and Social Science, 6(4), 654-664.