Non-Objective art

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A general term applied to art which is not concerned with the depiction of the visual world. It was apparently first used by the Russian artist Alexander Rodchenko (1891–1956), but was spread to the West in Kandinsky's publication Concerning the Spiritual in Art of 1912.

Subjects: Art.

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