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Art influences society by changing opinion, instituting values, and translating experiences across the world.

Definition of Modern Art:

Modern Art is the creative work response to the nationalist practice and Perspective of the new lives and ideas as compared to the past type of art.

Impact of Modern Art on Society Nowadays:

Basically, being an artist or just a new painter you may have a question what is the purpose of modern art.  So the biggest example of modern art is Animations and special effects which are used in movie shows etc. As we all know art is well known for its amazing feature of educating people and creating the pleasant environment of a new world in a whole new version.

In modern society, this domain merges with technology, creating masterpieces that not long ago, have exceeded the limits of human thinking.

Modern Day examples of Modern Art:

  1. Artists like Jackson Pollock focused on abstraction while others began to focus again on redefining Art.
  2. The Pop Art movement utilized the techniques and aesthetics of mass production to critique the modern, technological world the most famous of these artists was Andy Warhol.
  3. Painting, sculpture, Music, Literature are also forms of Modern Art.
  4. Social media such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc are also part of modern art. 

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Hence, last but not the least, I want to say that this type of Art can help to pull people out of their depression, the mind of racing and wondering thoughts into the present moment to experience what is in front of them. This style of art aims to depict and comment on the world such as depictions, and commentary can inspire people to action and push views to become a better version of themselves.

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