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Newest Collection: HIATUS - Hiatus


17 October 2022


This week's new collection is HIATUS. Monitors of Modern Art is on indefinite hiatus. After nearly 8 years of posting a new collection every single week, we have unfortunately run fresh out of material. Updates will resume once we can put together more material and fill out a backlog. In the meantime, please feel free to enjoy the thousands of works already present in this gallery!

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USB PORT


This is a fascinating work that uses a digital texture to portray a technical subject matter. The contrast of both vertical lines and the alternating-horizontal-checkerboard texture of the 'port' itself does a great job of giving a unique impression, and the image's overall color contour works together with its composition to give a good sense of directionality.

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CUBISM


This work boasts a wholly unique compositional style compared to any other work in this gallery, which somehow manages to break from the motifs that its sister works are bound to follow. As is reflected by its name, Cubism alludes to a real artistic style and movement, doing so with just the type of color scheme to be the most effective in that endeavor.

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ELYSIUM OF GEOMETRY


This work is the premier work of its style - tissue-paper shading, as I call it - in this entire gallery. Pleasantly abstract, this work is not without uniqueness and charm in its relative simplicity.

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WITCH'S SPELL


This is a simple work that focuses on design with a nice, fairly uncommon background color that complements the design well. The work's vertical lines help to emphasize the power of the spell being performed.

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SHIELDED SEAVIEW


Shielded Seaview is a work so elegant in its simplicity yet so well accomplishing what it means to do, all with a unique and soothing violet color scheme, that it bears profound respect. The gradient from light to dark is very gradual, and is placed perfectly on a flat border to delimit the sky from the water reflecting it, in one of the best compositions of any work in this gallery.