PARIS, March 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Art history has traditionally analysed the evolution of artistic trends by reference to precise criteria such as dates, places, movements and techniques. Nowadays, however, a far more flexible and interconnective approach seems to prevail, most likely driven by the dynamic links between ideas, exhibitions, artists and works resulting from the proliferation of the Internet and social networks.

Thierry Ehrmann, President and Founder of ArtMarket.com: “Museums have accustomed us to view art history in a linear way, grouping works together by eras and by movements. But museums are now being tempted by a much freer presentation. At the MoMA for example, there is a gallery showing altogether Pablo Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d’Avignon (1907), Louise Bourgeois’s sculpture Quarantania (1947/53) and a 1967 canvas by Faith Ringgold

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