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Northern New Mexico remained a destination for American artists long after the Taos Society of Artists disbanded in 1927. To this day its landscape and people have maintained their appeal for artists working in a wide range of modern styles. Modernism was late in coming to the United States, but it finally arrived with the Armory Show in 1913. The exhibition, which in its New York showing included more than a thousand works by European and American artists, presented the history of modern art from the Neo-Classicism of circa 1800 through the brand-new “isms,” including Fauvism, Expressionism, and Cubism.
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