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All these composers meet the definition of avant-garde attitudes and activities, whether in terms of tendencies to return, civilism and/or interest in atonal or microtonal composition.
Here Novero devotes relatively more discussion of the surrounding political events of the period, which serves to anchor the proceeding sub-movements of the Avant-Garde in space and time.
One might ask, considering this necessarily brief summary, how do the above elements constitute postmodernist expression in contrast to avant-garde expression?
Hairdressing students on the NVQ Level 3 and advanced apprenticeship course in Huddersfield were set a challenge by tutors to create two styles on the themes of fantasy and avant-garde.
Seleccionadas de una de las mejores colecciones privadas en su [sz]rea, Cuba Avant-Garde presenta piezas poco expuestas, algunas rara vez vistas fuera de Cuba.
Jeffrey Skoller's Shadows, Specters, Shards: Making History in Avant-Garde Film offers fascinating insights into both film studies and postmodernity.
Kazys Binkis, the Futurist poet and writer whose literary activity awakened Lithuania to avant-garde philosophy and aesthetics holds an honorary place in the program.
It was a time when more styles and more stripes within the jazz tradition were simultaneously alive and vital, from swing to bebop to hard bop to avant-garde.
According to Burger, the critique of the aesthetic autonomy and the institutional status of art advanced by the historical avant-garde "failed," inasmuch as art-as-institution was able to "recuperate" the attempt to integrate art into life.
In fact, the museum's collection is recognized the world's second-largest among the collections of Russian avant-garde, as well as the best art collection in the Asian region.
14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Gallery Shchukin is proud to present "In Other Worlds: The Art of the Russian Avant-Garde, 1910-1930," featuring works by some of the most prominent artists of the Avant-Garde period in Russia drawn from the collection of Marina and Nikolay Shchukin.
I seek to illustrate the avant-garde ethic at the heart of their works by showing that both artists problematize the concept of individual creation through disruptions and repetitions.