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HOw did different sculpture movements, reflect the development of sculpture inthe 20th century

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  1. please help, I do know movement with ism has something to do with great depression and open a door for other artist

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  3. Thank you, this site really help me understand more. Thanks

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  4. You're very welcome. You should have found information for your other question in these search results, too.

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