The Art history clearly defines the artistic movements according to their main features, achievements, revolutions, decays and representatives. Thus, all artistic schools had a genesis, an evolution and a moment of fulfillment, evidenced in the work of their exponents. To quote lightly only some tendencies; without being an expert, it is familiar to me mentioning that French Impressionism, with a pictorial language based on very subjetive representations of reality, in spaces that transmit amplitude, depth and distances in a single stroke, in a stain, or in a juxtaposition of colors.
The imbalance and the drama of the strokes, the life of the colors to transmit intuitively, the emotions and the world perception of a German Expressionist artist.
Abstract Art and the continuos madness of looking for its own forms of hallucination, psychedelia and delirium; or the Kinetic Art that beats producing sensations of movement from any point of view.
In conclusion, all theories say Art is the intention to emulate nature in response to the need of the creative spirit that governs the human soul and that seeks to capture instants of the physical and immaterial reality of the world on a work.
Consequently, a growing, changing, confusing, modifiable and unpredictable living frame or wall, conjugates and summarizes most of all these aesthetic searches, and is a bunch of many of the efforts built in art to claim and feeling even closer the magic of natural beauty.
By Fabián Mojica.