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 Translation for 'avant garde' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   avant-garde | more avant-garde | most avant-garde
NOUN   avant-garde | avant-gardes
изк.лит.муз.
avant-garde {adj}
авангарден
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Translation for 'avant garde' from English to Bulgarian

avant-garde {adj}
авангарденизк.лит.муз.
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Usage Examples English
  • The 1907 Cézanne retrospective at the Salon d'Automne greatly affected the avant-garde artists of Paris, resulting in the advent of Cubism.
  • Alan Williams distinguishes three main genre categories: narrative, avant-garde, and documentary.
  • Theories on the use of graffiti by avant-garde artists have a history dating back at least to the Asger Jorn, who in 1962 painting declared in a graffiti-like gesture "the avant-garde won't give up".
  • "Olympia" was the subject of caricatures in the popular press, but was championed by the French avant-garde community, and the painting's significance was appreciated by artists such as Gustave Courbet, Paul Cézanne, Claude Monet, and later Paul Gauguin.
  • With these collections, Cummings made his reputation as an avant garde poet.

  • The BBC's arts editor Will Gompertz likened Bowie to Pablo Picasso, writing that he was "an innovative, visionary, restless artist who synthesised complex avant garde concepts into beautifully coherent works that touched the hearts and minds of millions".
  • or Dadaism was an art movement of the European avant-garde in the early 20th century, with early centres in Zürich, Switzerland, at the Cabaret Voltaire (in 1916).
  • Film "Calling mr. Smith" (1943) was anti-nazi color film created by Stefan Themerson and being both documentary and avant-garde film against war. It was one of the first anti-nazi films in history.
  • The African American avant-garde poet Russell Atkins also lived in Cleveland.
  • This type of repertoire is usually performed by guitarists who have particularly chosen to focus on the avant-garde in their performances.

  • The Czechoslovak avant-garde artistic movement is known as the "Brussels style came up" in the time of political liberalization of Czechoslovakia in the 1960s.
  • Since the late 1980s, various private collections have been made accessible to the public in new purpose-built structures that have been recognized as acclaimed examples of avant-garde museum architecture.
  • At Broadway and 95th Street is Symphony Space, established in 1978 as home to avant-garde and classical music and dance performances in the former Symphony Theatre, which was originally built in 1918 as a premier "music and motion-picture house".
  • In his 2007 film adaptation, director Peter Babakitis uses digital effects to exaggerate realist features during the battle scenes, producing a more "avant-garde" interpretation of the fighting at Agincourt.
  • Many films by avant-garde cineast Jonas Mekas have caught the moments of Warhol's life.

  • He spent the World War I years in Soviet Belarus, becoming one of the country's most distinguished artists and a member of the modernist avant-garde and was a founder of the Vitebsk Arts College.
  • The Afghan Hound features prominently in the avant-garde music video of popular French band M83's, "Set in Stone (M83 Remix)".
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