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A cohort of Italian architects and designers active from the late 1960s through the 1970s. They placed themselves in opposition to the rationalism and
A term invented by Man Ray, in which he merged his name with the word “photograph” to describe his particular approach to the technique of making photograms.
A term coined by Marcel Duchamp in 1916 to describe prefabricated, often mass-produced objects isolated from their intended use and elevated to the status
Figures or forms carved or molded so as to project from a flat surface, as in sculpture, or the apparent projection of such shapes in a painting or drawing.
A general term for those printmaking techniques in which the printing surface is cut away so that the image alone appears raised on the surface. Relief
Any of numerous plant-based, clear, translucent, yellow or brown, solid or semisolid, viscous substances—including copal, rosin, and amber—used principally