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-:''[[Antwerp underground]]''+An '''art group''' refers to an association of [[artists]] who may work (or live) [[Commune (intentional community)|communally]], for the purpose of facilitating the creation of [[art]], either that belonging to the individual, or the collective.
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-'''Ca Ira!''' was an Antwerp based Belgian publisher who published [[Clément Pansaers]]'s ''L'apologie de la paresse'' in [[1922]]. The title ''Ça ira'' comes from a song of the French Revolution ([[Ah! ça ira]], translated as: “We will win!”). +Art groups typically were formed by established [[artists]], such as [[Andy Warhol]], as hired assistants to the artist, operating collectively under the artist's studio. More recently, art groups have been formed by unknown artists, pooling their limited resources toward the collective goal.
-It also published work by [[Paul Neuhuys]], [[Han Ryner]], [[Paul Colin]], [[Céline Arnauld]], [[Picabia]], [[René Arcos]], [[Wies Moens]], [[Charles Plisnier]], [[Romain Rolland]], [[Theo Van Doesburg]], [[Stendhal]], [[Pascal Pia]], [[Renée Dunan]], [[Frans Masereel]], [[Piet Mondriaan]], [[André Salmon]] and [[Jean Cocteau]].+Groups have formed as political action groups, to work on political advocacy projects, while other groups formed simply for reasons of working and living in an environment condusive to the peculiar interests of artists. In this context, some groups began to create collective works of art, music, writing, etc, under the name of their group.
-==Arts and literature review==+
-'''Ça ira''' was the [[Belgium|Belgian]] monthly magazine that featured avant-garde art, literature and politics. It was founded by a [[art group|group]] of young artists, who came out of the smoking war-wrecked world of 1919 with a new élan. Twenty editions were published between April 1920 and January 1923 under the direction of [[Maurice van Essche]].+
-The members (many of whom later achieved great fame and notoriety) included [[Paul Colin]], [[Theo van Doesburg]], the young poet Van Essche, Abel Lurkin, Paul Neuhuys, Arthur Pétronio, [[Charles Plisnier]], Han Ryner, while very appealing [[dada]] and [[expressionist]] woodcuts and linos were added by [[Floris Jespers]], [[Paul Joostens]], [[Frans Masereel]], [[Jan Cockx]], Jozef Cantré, Karel Maes and Jozef Peeters. One finds incidental contributions by [[Paul Van Ostaijen]], [[Paul Éluard]], [[Francis Picabia]], Pound, [[Iwan Goll]], [[Blaise Cendrars]] and Kassak.+== See also ==
 +* [[Art association]]
 +* [[Artist cooperative]]
 +* [[Artist collective]]
 +* [[Art colony]]
 +* [[Art movements]]
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An art group refers to an association of artists who may work (or live) communally, for the purpose of facilitating the creation of art, either that belonging to the individual, or the collective.

Art groups typically were formed by established artists, such as Andy Warhol, as hired assistants to the artist, operating collectively under the artist's studio. More recently, art groups have been formed by unknown artists, pooling their limited resources toward the collective goal.

Groups have formed as political action groups, to work on political advocacy projects, while other groups formed simply for reasons of working and living in an environment condusive to the peculiar interests of artists. In this context, some groups began to create collective works of art, music, writing, etc, under the name of their group.

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