Abstract Expressionism was an art movement that took place in the United States. The movement included the talented participation of Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning. The movement devoted itself to the principles that art is most expressive when a relationship is established between the artist and the spectator. Their most famous method being "action art". For the most part, Abstract Expressionism attracted the public with its simple methods and spontaneous appearance. Today, people continue to appreciate their art for its different appearance. Abstract Expressionism had a huge impact on the art community, and their influence is seen in the movements that followed.

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