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Question 1.
The systematic slaughter of millions of Jews, Slavs, gypsies and other groups by the Nazis is now called the


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Question 2.
The philosophy that seeks engagement in a world that is essentially "absurd," empty of fundamental or ultimate meaning, is called


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Question 3.
Taking their cue from the European modernists, the New York School developed a style called


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Question 4.
The New York avant-garde that followed Abstract Expressionism was called


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Question 5.
The label applied to artists and writers who define the newest wave of artistic experiment is the


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Question 6.
By 1960 the avant-garde scene was witness to intentionally provocative and improvisational events executed by artists known as


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Question 7.
The English sculptor know for his smoothly carved organic forms added a new element to the vocabulary of modernism was


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Question 8.
Assemblages of cut-out shapes suspended in air are called


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Question 9.
The architect who proclaimed, "Less is more!" was


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Question 10.
A musical method in which every aspect of a composition--pitch, duration of notes, dynamics--is calculated is called


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Question 11.
Painting that faithfully reproduces the qualities of the photographic image is known as


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Question 12.
Which of the following is the name given to artistic works created for a particular site and then dismantled?


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Question 13.
The artist known for his use of collage and photomontage was


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