What is Expressionism?
Expressionism is the art movement that suggests that the inner world is more important than the outer world, and that it is necessary to reflect it on the outside rather than the outer world, which is trying to explain the inner world of the individual, the spiritual state.The expressionism that emerged at the beginning of the twentieth century can be defined as the outburst of emotions and thoughts without any influence and influence.
The origin and birth of expressionism
Expressionism argues that it would mean tricking people to show that the ugliness that exists in life is as beautiful. It has come to light on the fact that there are not only beautiful sides of people and places, but also that there are ugly aspects and that it should be told. Expressionism is likened to the romance movement, but it is quite different from romance. In expressionism, the facts that exist in the outer world are conveyed by passing through the inner world's strainer. The infrastructure in which this current exists can be said to have emerged during the economic crisis of the 1900s, on the struggle of the people during the war environment, to show that life is a dustp rather than to show the ugly directions of the real world.
Expressive Works of Art
In Expressionism, there is no effort to soften the sensation that is desired to be described by adhering to certain rules. In expressive works of art, it is desirable to explain the reality of the inner world by avoiding these rules.It is usually provided with the expressiveness of abstract paintings, the need to express the reality of the inner world, and colors.The expressionist method is a method in which psychologists, philosophers, writers, painters and composers abstain as the way of telling the truths in the world.