This 20th Century art movement made an immediate and lasting impression on fine artists around the world. Today, Cubism remains a popular form of artistic expression, as seen in the collection of NOVICA paintings below.
Perhaps the best-known pioneers of Cubism are Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. They conceived the style as a formal discipline of subtle balance applied to traditional subjects. But to other artists, Cubism embodies engineering’s geometric precision. And others see its apparent chaos as a response to the wars of the 20th century.
Novica artists Ney Cardoso and Wilmer Lalupu Flores use the style to explore their subjects’ minds. Seth Korkordi Selom and Dino Castelli find Cubism perfect to express music’s complexity and vitality. Quiroz resurrects pre-Hispanic images through Cubist style and Asayaw Osattene Asante does the same with African icons, demonstrating that Cubism is still vital and living throughout the world today.