Excessivism is an art movement. In 2015 American artist and curator Kaloust Guedel introduced it to the world[1] with an exhibition titled Excessivist Initiative.[2][3][4][5] The review of the exhibition[6] written by art critic and curator Shana Nys Dambrot, titled "Excessivism: Irony, Imbalance and a New Rococo" was published in the Huffington Post.[6] Its early adopters go back to late 20th century.[7][8][9]

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