Neo-Cubism


Neo-Cubism describes a revived form of Cubism, the highly influential art movement which began around 1907 and popularized by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. Neo-Cubism retains Cubism’s multifaceted perspective while injecting the modernism, abstraction, abstract expressionism, and post-modernism that was borne from Cubism. Emillions artist, Alain Beraud, calls his painting style Neo-Cubisme, his homage to the 20th century masters of Cubism.