Modern art is born. Renoir, Cezanne, Monet, Bazille and other impressionists, tired of rejection by the Salon, break with orthodoxy, set up their own exhibition space, and make history.
America usurps Fance. New York becomes a home to intellectuals fleeing the war and artists from across America. Guggenheim signs Pollock, helping spark the Abstract Impressionist movement.
Britain shakes the art world. A radical group of artists, ignored by established galleries, set up exhibitions in warehouses in East London and spark a new movement, the Young British Artists.
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