Abstract Expressionism was a movement in the United States in the 1940s that produced ‘rebellious’ work that was meant to be a statement on the freedom of the individual artist to create paintings that reflected their moods and feelings. What all of these movements have in common is that they explore the ‘automatic’ creation of art which involves suppressing conscious control and letting the subconscious take over 
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