问“什么是现代艺术？”是一个非常好（也很常见）的问题。虽然它有点复杂，但任何人都需要了解的关于现代艺术的最重要的事情是它与当代艺术不同。也就是说，不要因为不知道艺术界对当代和现代都有自己独立的定义而嘲笑任何人。在任何其他情况下，英语几乎允许“现代”和“现代”随意交换。现代艺术：从印象派（约1880年左右）到20世纪60年代或70年代的艺术，包括现代主义艺术的现代风格。当代艺术：从20世纪60年代或70年代到现在这一刻的艺术。我相信现代艺术的开始就像印象派正在逐渐消退。虽然这是一个可接受的分类，但现代艺术开始于各种不同的日期，可以（并且已经）做出强有力的论证。根据一个人的调查过程，现代艺术据说已经开始：但是哪一个是对的？重要的是要知道它们都不是“错误的”。 （在这里，对于我来说，就组织而言，这只是“1880”的一个例子。）为简单起见，我们只是说现代艺术始于19世纪，并经历了一大堆“ “直到20世纪60年代末。无论选择的开始日期如何，关键因素是现代艺术意味着：“艺术家（1）可以自由地信任他们的内心愿景，（2）在他们的作品中表达这些愿景，（3）使用现实生活（社交）来自现代生活的问题和图像）作为主题的来源和（4）尽可能经常地进行实验和创新。“罗嗦，我知道！艺术有点混乱。制作它通常比试图解释它更容易 – 而且有时候它可以像分娩一样简单。但那是现代艺术（和现代生活）。说，既然你对这个意思很肯定，为什么不去寻找所有其他美味的“主义”呢？
Asking “What is modern art?” is a very good (and very common) problem. Although it is a bit complicated, the most important thing anyone needs to know about modern art is that it is different from contemporary art. In other words, don’t laugh at anyone because you don’t know that the art world has its own independent definition of contemporary and modern. In any other case, English almost allows “modern” and “modern” to be exchanged at will. Modern art: from the Impressionist (about 1880) to the art of the 1960s or 1970s, including the modern style of modernist art. Contemporary Art: Art from the 1960s or 70s to the present. I believe that the beginning of modern art is like the Impressionism is gradually fading. Although this is an acceptable classification, modern art begins on a variety of different dates and can (and has) made strong arguments. According to one’s investigation process, modern art is said to have begun: But which one is right? It is important to know that they are not “wrong”. (Here, for me, in terms of organization, this is just an example of “1880.”) For the sake of simplicity, we just said that modern art began in the 19th century and went through a lot of “” until the 20th century. The end of the decade. Regardless of the start date of the selection, the key factor is that modern art means: “Artists (1) are free to trust their inner vision, (2) express these visions in their work, and (3) use real life (social) Questions and images from modern life) as a source of themes and (4) experiment and innovate as often as possible. “Rosie, I know! Art is a bit confusing. Making it is usually easier than trying to explain it – and sometimes it can be as simple as giving birth. But that is modern art (and modern life). Say, since you are very sure about this, why not look for all the other delicious “isms”?