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Roth continued: We are incredibly proud of our commitment to contemporary art and consider it an important part of our cultural fabric.
Osborne claims that "this often happens when philosophy meets art," and adds that "when philosophy meets contemporary art, the situation can be even worse.
If you have a classical piece on pointe, the moment they lean off pointe and take their weight off balance, it would be considered contemporary classical.
The exhibition, put together by the organizers of the ystanbul-based annual art fair Contemporary ystanbul, will run from Sept.
It is more interesting to have unique contemporary works that belong to us exclusively,'' says Pankov.
Keizer's term "contemporary narrative of slavery" encompasses three kinds of works published from the mid-1960s to the present: historical novels of slavery (here Toni Morrison's Beloved, 1987, and Charles Johnson's Oxherding Tale, 1982); works set in the present that explicitly connect contemporary black experience with the slave past (Paule Marshall's The Chosen Place, the Timeless People, 1969, and Derek Walcott's Dream on Monkey Mountain, performed 1967); and works that juxtapose scenes from the past with those set in the present (Carolivia Herron's Thereafter Johnnie, 1991).
Within the context of contemporary change, educators have been challenged to construct methods that advance knowledge specifically for the times (Fullan, 1993).
And others point out that contemporary means different things to different people: To some, it may be cold looks and hard edges, while others think it only means a simplified style.
The general claim derives from the conviction that substantial components of contemporary beliefs and actions, in any society, are shaped by developments in the past and cannot be assessed without examining their origin and the factors that have sustained them.
These composers returned to Korea with contemporary Western compositional styles, techniques including serialism and genres including electronic and computer music.
The new building will be among several international arts-related landmarks designed by Sejima and Nishizawa, including the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, the Glass Pavilion of the Toledo Museum of Art in Ohio (to be completed spring 2006) and the Institute of Modern Art of Valencia in Spain (to be completed 2007).
And yet, for all the effort that Le Corbusier put into the shapes of Voisons, and Walter Gropius invested in a couple of contemporary Adlers, the early automobile itself was a rather clumsy machine.

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