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What is the meaning of avant-garde?
: an intelligentsia that develops new or experimental concepts especially in the arts the avant-garde in the film industry avant-garde avant-garde
Which of the following is an example of avant garde art?
The modernist movements from the 1850s onwards are considered to be avant-garde art because they upended traditionally-set norms. Movements like Cubism, Fauvism, Dadaism, Expressionism, and Surrealism et cetera, were all considered radical for their time, and hence, can rightly be characterized as examples of avant-garde art.
Which painter best embodies the term avant-garde?
Certainly the painter who best embodies the dual implications – both artistically and politically progressive – of the original usage of the term avant-garde is Gustave Courbet and his militantly radical Realism.
What is avant-garde haute couture?
In the late 20th century, avant-garde became especially common as a descriptor in haute couture, with fashion designers like Barbara Gongini pushing the envelope about how we think about clothing, makeup, and hair. Fair warning 鈥?it鈥檚 pretty strange.