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Post Cubist Art Gallery
Munich

Why do we call ourselves Post Cubists?

From the beginning of the twenty century the new form of society and technology required a revolution in the style. Therefore in the modern time pablo Picasso broke through the previous forms and colors. Working two years with another painter called Baroke they developed geometrical forms of all subjects and they called it Cubist. Since that time everything in society, has been influenced by this Cubist way of thinking. Dr. Javid believes the form should be released and become free of geometrical form one more time.

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