1.Cubism is a description or label for a period or process of art style pioneered by Pablo Picasso. Picasso broke his images into pieces and changed subjects colors either by choosing hues across the color wheel or those which suited some other artistic purpose necessary to complete his theme. His broken mirror pieces probably were devices which allowed him to put other dimensions (time and space) of each subject matter onto the same canvas in whatever rearrangement suited his whims and compositions needs. In this manner, Pablos renderings actually escaped the limited dimensions of the canvas for all time.
2. The state of being a Cubano or Cubana refugee who has been torn from the old homeland and forced to accept the foibles and exhilerations of the new one.
1. Pablo Picasso broke his subjects into pieces and painted those shards with alternate hues in order to escape the usual dimensions of the painted canvas and formulate the school of cubism.
2. Dulce Maria was an American girl to the max and also had many tell-tale indicators of cubism.
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