Alice Van Brown's Theory Of Modernism

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In 1927, Alice Van Brown in Wellesley College gave the opportunity of teaching modern art history class to Alfred Barr, this was not only his first legit attempt to teach but also it was the first time in United Stated to introduce a course concerning about pure modernism. Van Brown gave full authority to Barr to teach a course founded through his ideas and principles for modern art. This opportunity not only helped him raise an awareness in an American society but also helped to expand himself on this field as he searched solutions for clearing the complexity of modernism. At the end of this course Barr’s aim was to create an acceptance for modernism not only for his students but for general perception. His department focused only on modern
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