Modernism describes an array of cultural movements rooted in the changes in Westrn society in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. It includes reforms in art, architecture, music, and literature. [wikipedia: Modernism]

[] noun - modernist adjective - modernistic

Modernism refers to a period of social change in the late nineteenth and earl twentieth century. It involved experimentation and fragmentation of the human experience and was characterized by deviations from the norms of society

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Composers: [wikipedia: Modernism] 1.Schoenberg 2.Stravinsky 3.George Antheil

Artists: [wikipedia: Modernism] 1.Gustav Klimt 2.Picasso 3.Matisse

Authors: [wikipedia: Modernism] 1.Rafael Alberti 2.Gabriele D'Annunzio 3.Guillaume Apollinaire 4.Louis Aragon 5.Djuna Barnes 6.Bertolt Brecht 7.Basil Bunting 8.Mário de Sá-Carneiro 9.Constantine P. Cavafy 10.Blaise Cendrars 11.Jean Cocteau 12.Joseph Conrad 13.T. S. Eliot 14.William Faulkner

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