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Neo-Expressionism

New York, Italy, and West Germany, late 1970s

Rejecting the restrictions against imagery and gestural treatment set by their Minimalist and Conceptual teachers and contemporaries, the Neo-Expressionists revived the formal elements of German Expressionism and Abstract Expressionism.

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Georg Baselitz, The Gleaner (Die Ährenleserin), August 1978
Francesco Clemente, Mother's Room (La Stanza della Madre), 1995–1997
Francesco Clemente, Scissors and Butterflies, 1999
Anselm Kiefer, Seraphim, 1983–84
Anselm Kiefer, Berenice, 1989
Anselm Kiefer, Les Reines de France, 1995
David Salle, Comedy, 1995
Julian Schnabel, The Student of Prague, 1983
Julian Schnabel, Spain (Espainia), 1986
Julian Schnabel, Fakires (Fakirrak), 1993