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Towards the end of the 60’s. Baselitz began to paint his subjects upside down as a means of expressing that artists should focus less on the original image that they are looking to create, and more on the medium they are using for expression – his Elke series of paintings are just one of many examples of this technique.
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Der Erste Mai, 2003-2004
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Etching And Aquatint
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Who are the Neue Wilden?
Neue Wilden is the term German artist used for neo-expressionism. In the 1970s and 80s, expressive painting emerged once more in the country, and artists embraced the intense colors and broad brushstrokes used. The movement grew in opposition to minimal and conceptual art.