Exploring different aims and approaches to Expressionism, Contemporary Expressionism: The Creative Spirit is presented by the Museum's Artists Guild in conjunction with the San Diego Repertory Theatre's A Weekend with Pablo Picasso.
Reception | Friday, September 13
Exhibition | September 13 - October 13
Often focusing on the internal world of emotion and spirituality, or on identity and protest, Expressionism has many faces. The term was first applied to the Parisian painting that followed Post-Impressionism at the turn of the 19th century. Throughout the 20th century, Expressionism was applied to various figurative and abstract movements, from the German Expressionists, to Picasso and the Cubists, to Abstract Expressionism, Art Informel, Bay Area Figuration, and Neo-Expressionism.
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*The Lyceum Theatre is located at 324 Broadway Circle in Westfield Horton Plaza. | **Image: Works by Nina de Paula, Duke Windsor, Christine Finkelson, Cheryl Ehlers, Angelika Villagrana, Marlene Korey, and Jody Abssy