avant-garde

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  • After his release he focused his attention on the avant-garde art scene.
  • He was known, rather for his non-traditional and sometimes avant-garde designs.
  • They are seen as being a part of the larger, avant-garde art movement.
  • The following year, they created the award winning avant-garde film Mind Game.
  • These avant-garde activities came to a halt when his father put him to work.
  • At this time that he first came into contact with the avant garde.
  • Nearly every song on the album contains some sort of experimental or avant-garde quality.
  • These artists became some of the main figures in the Russian avant-garde.
  • In the following years, he gained a notable reputation in the local avant-garde community.
  • There he met several key avant-garde figures and learned more contemporary musical styles and methods.
  • They asked me to put together my own avant-garde banjo show.
  • Art movements were especially important in modern art, when each consecutive movement was considered as a new avant-garde.
  • They were considered by some to be avant-garde for their time.
  • These films were more concerned with cultural significance than the social justice sought by earlier avant-garde films.
  • Two issues were published, one on the French avant-garde, one on recent English film.
  • He is commonly recognized as one of the most important post-war avant-garde composers.
  • Her avant-garde design was radical glass structure that surrounded the main theatre.
  • He spent the rest of the 1970s building his reputation making short, avant-garde comics.
  • The word I used to use is avant garde; that might not be right.
  • Music had taken a turn towards electronic avant-garde in the mid-1950s.
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