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The most advanced group of people in any field of endeavor, especially in literary and artistic work, usually characterized by new ideas and experimental techniques.
Of, pertaining to, or belonging to the avant-garde.
Characterized by the use of experimental techniques; modern; daring; radical.
Fr.- the advance guard] - any new and/or controversial art form. The opposite of decadent.
a play pushing the limits of convention. Example: "Little Fears," an avant-garde comic drama by Emanuel Peluso, 2m2f.
French for advance guard" or "vanguard." Those considered the leaders (and often regarded as radicals) in the invention and application of new concepts in a given field.
any artist, critic, or group considered in the vanguard of artistic innovation
Art that is ahead (avant) of the current practices and acceptance by institutions and galleries (garde - the ruling class).
French for 'in advance'; term used in all the arts to describe any work, style, or school that is considered in its own time to be radical, consciously breaking from previous tradition.
In military terms, the "advance-battalion" of an army that goes beyond the front lines to break new ground; in theatre terms, those theatre artists who abandon conventional models and create works that are in the forefront of new theatrical movements and styles.
any creative group active in the innovation and application of new concepts and techniques in a given field (especially in the arts)
radically new or original; "an avant-garde theater piece"
A style of music on the forefront of experimentation; originally applied to jazz styles such as freebop and expressionism
French for vanguard. Artists and movements that stand at the cutting-edge of artistic production, often in opposition to established ideas and traditions.
Late-19th and 20th century artists who emphasized innovation and challenged established convention in the work.
French, vanguard) (A term applied to art that is ahead of its time, innovative and experimental.
Artists, writers, and musicians who develop new techniques and styles that are often controversial.
French for advance- guard. Term used to describe artists using innovative or experimental techniques.
Experimental, unorthodox work considered to be ahead of its time. Literally means “vanguard” or “marching in front of.
A group active in the invention and application of new ideas and techniques in an original or experimental way. A group of practitioners and/or advocates of a new art form may also be called avant-garde. Some avant-garde works are intended to shock those who are accustomed to traditional, established styles.
That which is ahead of popular taste.
French term for "vanguard", a term that describes artists and their art that stand at the beginning of a movement that often does not conform to the traditional or previously accepted ideas or standards.
A group active in the invention and application of new techniques in a given field, especially in the arts. Relating to, or being part of an innovative group, especially one in the arts.
A term derived from the French word meaning "before the group" or "vanguard". Avant-garde denotes those artists or concepts of a strikingly new, experimental, or radical nature for the time.
Jazz (usually atonal) not based on preconceived chord changes; jazz played in a freely improvised nature (but which is not entirely "free" as it generally shows evidence of a structure or blueprint); the term first came into widespread use in the 1960s to describe some of the more freely improvised music of artists such as John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, Cecil Taylor, their peer artists, and those who followed in their footsteps.
In relation to art, it is used to describe a movement, artist, or group of artists which produces work which is considered to be breaking away from tradition and which steers art in a new direction.
A movement in Russian art that developed innovative artistic ideas at the beginning of the 20th century. Backlighting An effect, also called contre-jour, that results from a strong contrast between areas of light and shadow when the subject is placed between the source of light and the painter.
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Art which departs from the existing norm in an original, experimental or unexpected manner. Ahead of its time.
French for vanguard. Artists and their work which stand in the forefront of new ideas, often in opposition to established ideas and traditions; art that's ahead of its time, innovative, experimental. The modern era has invariably had a flourishing avant-garde, but many have said it is no longer possible in a postmodern era. The bourgeoisie, once alienated by the avant-garde, rarely question any longer the presentation of any avant-garde's productions by their public institutions.
Describes new and innovative art or artists that depart from tradition to experiment with a new style, technique, or subject matter. From the French word for "vanguard."
Individuals considered as the leaders (and often regarded as radicals) in the invention and application of new concepts in a given field. French for advance guard" or "vanguard."
Avant-garde in French means front guard, advance guard, or vanguard. People often use the term in French and English to refer to people or works that are experimental or novel, particularly with respect to art, culture, and politics.