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Flowers 16 (pink green yellow) by Daniel Crews-Chubb contemporary artwork
Daniel Crews-ChubbFlowers 16 (pink green yellow), 2021Oil, acrylic, ink, pastel, charcoal, spray paint, pumice gel and collaged fabrics on canvas
100 x 70 cm
Choi&Lager Gallery Enquire
Ledoux VIII by Günther Förg contemporary artwork
Günther FörgLedoux VIII, 2000/2013Black and white photograph
250 x 130 cm
Almine Rech Contact Gallery
Untitled by Paulo Monteiro contemporary artwork
Paulo MonteiroUntitled, 2020Oil on bronze
18.1 x 7.9 x 7.6 cm
Lévy Gorvy Contact Gallery
Mountaineers, Pikesville, Tenn by Rosalind Fox Solomon contemporary artwork
Rosalind Fox SolomonMountaineers, Pikesville, Tenn, 1984/1995Gelatin silver print
38.5 x 38.5 cm
Galerie Julian Sander Contact Gallery
Journey To The River by Grace Wright contemporary artwork
Grace WrightJourney To The River, 2021Acrylic on linen
120 x 100 cm
Gallery 9 Contact Gallery
TENSIONS SEREINES by Francis Dusepulchre contemporary artwork
Francis DusepulchreTENSIONS SEREINES, 2000Acrylic body lacquer on masonite
36 x 25 x 3.5 cm
La Patinoire Royale – galerie Valérie Bach Contact Gallery
seed, ii by Yaşam Şaşmazer contemporary artwork
Yaşam Şaşmazerseed, ii, 2021Watercolour on paper
47.5 x 40 x 4 cm
Zilberman Gallery Enquire
I'm Not For Sale by Janelle Low contemporary artwork
Janelle LowI'm Not For Sale, 2019Pigment inkjet print, diptych
62 x 46 cm
THIS IS NO FANTASY dianne tanzer + nicola stein Contact Gallery
dress rehearsal by Tom Polo contemporary artwork
Tom Polodress rehearsal, 2021acrylic and Flashe on canvas
60 x 50 cm
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery Contact Gallery
Gerdbad by Mojé Assefjah contemporary artwork
Mojé AssefjahGerdbad, 2020Egg tempera on canvas
70 x 50 cm
Galerie Tanit Contact Gallery
Small Baby by Juae Park contemporary artwork
Juae ParkSmall Baby, 2021Ceramic
8 x 21 x 7 cm
GALLERY2 Contact Gallery
Ruahine Road by Michael Hight contemporary artwork
Michael HightRuahine Road, 2021Oil on panel
51 x 40.7 cm
Page Galleries Contact Gallery
Belly by Juae Park contemporary artwork
Juae ParkBelly, 2020Ceramic
41 x 44 x 39 cm
GALLERY2 Contact Gallery
to catch our coloured shadows no. 2 by Fanny Gicquel contemporary artwork
Fanny Gicquelto catch our coloured shadows no. 2, 2020–2021Cotton, brass
Hua International Contact Gallery
Untitled (Lamp shades). Seoul, 2018. by Jookyung Lee contemporary artwork
Jookyung LeeUntitled (Lamp shades). Seoul, 2018., 2021Gelatin silver print
15 x 19 cm
Whistle Contact Gallery
Glimmering in the Twilight by Koon Wai Bong contemporary artwork
Koon Wai BongGlimmering in the Twilight, 2018Colour on gold shikishi cardboard
199.5 x 15 cm
Asia Art Center Contact Gallery
Starlight Bowl by Tina Buchholtz contemporary artwork
Tina BuchholtzStarlight Bowl, 2019Pigments and glass on canvas
50 x 50 cm
Karin Weber Gallery Contact Gallery
Colormirror grape pink Milan by Regine Schumann contemporary artwork
Regine SchumannColormirror grape pink Milan, 2021Fluorescent acrylic glass
72 x 38 x 8 cm
Dep Art Gallery Contact Gallery
Awakening by Maria luisa Hernandez contemporary artwork
Maria luisa HernandezAwakening, 2021Oil on linen
30 x 70 cm
Cadogan Contemporary Contact Gallery
st by Henryk Stazewski contemporary artwork
Henryk Stazewskist, 1986Oil on hardboard
20 x 20 cm
galerie Denise René Contact Gallery
Untitled by Marina Perez Simão contemporary artwork
Marina Perez SimãoUntitled, 2021Oil on canvas
199.7 x 246.4 cm
Pace Gallery
Untitled by Jordan Wolfson contemporary artwork
Jordan WolfsonUntitled, 2020Archival inkjet print with enamel paint, marker, and adhesive media in powder-coated aluminum, artist’s frame
39.88 x 41.88 x 3 inches
Anat Ebgi Contact Gallery
Untitled by Michael (Corinne) West contemporary artwork
Michael (Corinne) WestUntitled, 1947Oil on canvas
36 x 30 inches
Hollis Taggart Contact Gallery
Gento Niese by Michael (Corinne) West contemporary artwork
Michael (Corinne) WestGento Niese, 1978Oil on canvas
193.7 x 125.7 cm
Hollis Taggart Contact Gallery
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Using the tools within Ocula you can learn more about the artist who created the work, share the artwork with others, and enquire as to its availability for purchase, and also its price. Defining contemporary art is both complex and controversial, but the decision to place an artwork within the category usually rests on one requirement: namely, that the artwork was created in the current century, regardless of its medium.

Beyond this simplistic definition, however, it can be difficult to pin down any universal principles that bind the pieces produced by 21st-century artists—though perhaps diversity itself might be understood as a general theme. Developing in parallel with the prevalent theory of postmodernism, contemporary art shares a commitment to pluralism and variety (rather than, that is, to stability and straightforward truth).

Some commentators speak of 'modern contemporary art', with this term's conflation of the modern art and the contemporary art models pointing to the murky boundary that separates the early 20th-century modernist movement from the sprawling latter movement that has ruled the art scene in recent decades.

The two are indeed connected—with the contemporary fine arts essentially an outgrowth of the modern movement—but what definitively separates them is the clear set of principles that all modernist artworks share, as opposed to the relatively absent criteria surrounding contemporary artworks.

For all its experimentalism, though, contemporary art is not entirely anti-traditional, as semblances of prior artistic conditions—be that modernism, impressionism, or realism—can be found hidden within many works. Long-established ideas like the anti-establishment role of art and the artist in society continue to prevail in the contemporary art scene, with visionary creatives across the globe often using their talents to make political statements through art.

The diversity of contemporary art is reflected in the many different artworks presented on the pages of Ocula. On these pages you will find artworks ranging from watercolour paintings, acrylic paintings, oil paintings, video artworks, sculptures, conceptual artworks to fine art photography and prints. Many of these artworks are for sale and you can make an enquiry directly to the Ocula member gallery representing the relevant artist.

In Ocula Magazine, an even wider range of artworks are referenced, including performance works. In considering the artworks on Ocula, we encourage you to not view them in isolation, but to consider how the work might fit into the artist's practice by reading the artist's profile, how the work relates to the artist's exhibition history and by exploring the articles written by Ocula Magazine and / or other publications on the artist.


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