ART AND POLITICS
In 1920s, Americans and Europeans believed that the human society needed to advance through technological innovation, capitalism and spread of democracy. Modernism in art expresses an exclusion of conventions and a commitment to profound innovation. Artists preferred to retain the process of discovery and experimentation, exploring emerging possibilities of expression and creativity in a swiftly changing world to define art (Robert et.al, 2011). Each modernism had its own unique philosophy. Characteristic tendency among these groups was towards non-representational art which arched towards discovering line and geometric forms. Most people questioned the idea of art through endorsements of new techniques and materials.