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Pastiche involved the work of fresh graduates and art practitioners of NCA, who have compiled together their inspiration, new ideas and vision of the post modern Pakistan.
Tras destacar las nuevas caracteristicas que, segun este autor, adquiere la experiencia estetico-artistica en su etapa posmoderna, se hace enfasis en el analisis de los conceptos pastiche y esquizofrenia considerados como las dos distinciones mas importantes de la sensibilidad posmoderna.
Recent architectural history, far from extolling the virtues of reactionary pastiche, proves that innovative architecture enhances and enriches our lives.
He goes on to say: "The building should be of high quality, but appropriate to Lichfield and the early 21st century, not a pastiche of what has gone before, that would look wrong.
The pastiches of period erotica seem completely convincing to this reader (and rendered in high beaux arts style by Gebbie's nuts-butts-clits-and-tits drawings).
This astonishing book is just what a literary pastiche ought to be, and one hopes there are more adventures to be chronicled in this universe.
Critics might argue that to employ modern building materials and services, and encase them behind facades peppered with Arab-motifs, is pastiche or post-modern.
Since 1997, Zaiser has been staging droll mise-en-scenes such as a rocker's trashed hotel suite or the smoking room in a private club--all mockery and pastiche, with artifice as its heart.
Pastiche Restaurants has been bought out by Paul Lilley, formerly group finance director of a private national leisure group for an undisclosed sum.
Written in plain terms, with a smattering of Hollywood-style pastiche to jocularly introduce different topics, Jesus Goes To Hollywood is entertaining yet ultimately a serious- minded weighing of ideas, beliefs, and theological arguments.
This gentle TV pastiche of dodgy soaps with even dodgier sets was populated by the kind of staff only seen in Broadmoor's patient tuck shop.
Many critics praised Haynes's pastiche of 1950s' Hollywood cinema, extolling the beauty of its photography, the restraint of its cast's performances, and the economy of its dialogue.