The long-standing tradition of male artists suffered the sharpest blow ever in this breakthrough age, as creativity was no longer restrained by the domination of its male creators.The 1970s artists’ bodies served as the new canvas due to their strong yearning and the necessity to break away from traditional canvas manufacturing.
Even though this Japanese proto-conceptual trend was founded in 1954 and lasted into the 1980s, much of its significant work was created in the 1970s.The group’s purpose was to break away from traditional art creation.
Amid the political and social upheaval, it spawned a new economic catastrophe. Famous 1970s artists reflect their era in their work. Other notable artists include:Judy Chicago(1939 – Present)Chuck Close(1940 – 2021)Barbara Kruger(1945 – Present)