By Team Mojarto
Art is an expression, it inspires its audience and evokes emotions. If that is the case, then every artwork evokes some emotion for that matter. But this genre of art holds the viewer perplexed and a sudden rush of emotions from the inner fragments. This 20th-century art is a blend of dissociated and recombined elements. It allows the viewer not just to find the real meaning of beauty unlike being subjective. En face, the artists of this form embrace the broken pieces to express their ideas and thoughts. Aren’t these pieces of words puzzling you?
Yes, the beauty in broken pieces is ‘Cubism’. It is a move from the conditioned world of subject beauty. Cubist artists simplify objects into geometrical shapes. These are fractured, fragmented and discontinuous facets of the modern world. Cubism seeks new meaning in a creative refiguring of the real. It is an illusion of artificial wholeness, with new meanings. The process of breaking up the object and re-assembling it in an abstracted form involves a cerebral challenge, such that the final creation is an interesting blend of the actual subject within a geometric framework.
Cubism art limned on a canvas is an expression of the truth and protest of limitations of realistic painting. It simplifies the reality rather than making it complex with details and intricacies. There is a sense of dynamism and multiplicity of viewpoints. Cubism painting changes the very perception of the world- being unique in its way and not being mimetic. It is a mixture of overlapping reality and perceptions.
Let the essence of cubism decorate your walls, find the inner meaning of every geometric line.