THE BATTLE For MODeRN

PROTO AVANT ALTRO

1923

FLOMM: PROTO AVANT ALTRO is curated as an uncensored moodboard/ lookbook of historically-significant and contemporary works of modern art and design. Works are featured for the purpose of education, information, review, opinion/ critique, promotion, and inspiration; with links/ credits to their original sources. FLOMM: PROTO AVANT ALTRO MAY CONTAIN EXPLICIT CONTENT foul language, questionable ideas, and art. Theme developed by steve mehallo and Amanda Burnham with webfonts from Sorkin Type. FLOMM IS A SUPPORTER OF NON-VIOLENT ARTS EDUCATION.

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    Juan Gris, Tobacco, Newspaper and Bottle of Wine, 1914.
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    When art finally came out and put it on front street; yes, art is political
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