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1. His avant-garde music, sometime cousin to jazz, had limited appeal.
2. He was an enthusiast for the avant-garde.
3. It was one of the first avant-garde works to appeal to a wide audience.
4. In the lexicon of the avant-garde art world, Meurent could not have figured as an artist.
5. West Berlin's theatres are often avant-garde and experimental; those in the east have tended towards more classical interpretations.
6. It is a moot point which of these avant-garde strategies has been the more effective.
7. His paintings are rather too avant-garde for my tastes.
8. Contemporary art practice has found various uses for avant-garde culture.
9. Almost painfully avant-garde in style, it nevertheless remains a landmark in post-Soviet literature.
10. These post-ideological times are rough on an avant-garde that always needed an orthodoxy against which to kick.
11. This new sort of avant-garde promotes, not heterodoxy and modernist autonomization[sentencedict.com], but orthodoxy and dis-autonomization.
12. Diamanda Galas, the avant-garde vocalist based in New York.
13. Although she likes avant-garde music, Lydia also plays classical guitar and piano.
14. If this involves smuggling something of an avant-garde sensibility into the theorization of television, so be it.
15. This is true for abstract modern theatre, painting, avant-garde music, literature and so forth.
16. I can teach, do my creative avant-garde work which I love, as well as dealing with clients and performing on stage.
17. In Levin's essay, avant-garde cinema is assimilated into the wider discourse of Modernist art despite their material and institutional differences.
18. Where the show really excites is in the display of avant-garde photography.
19. The styles change, from tribal rhythms and orchestral maneuvers to avant-garde rock fusion; but the impulse toward expression remains constant.
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20. There were no cultural bureaucrats in State-subsidised theatres imposing the Brechtian avant-garde on uncomprehending audiences.
21. He is the exemplary modernizing figure whose works are pompously taught as avant-garde texts that open new horizons for Arab youths.
22. BThe 36 acres of hilltop land were owned by Aline Barnsdall, an oil heiress who dabbled in producing avant-garde theater.
23. But another scholar speculates that the figure was carved by a reclusive, avant-garde sculptor.
24. And in recent years, it has blossomed into an avant-garde arts center.
25. The 1900 Secession exhibition was significantly international, but still included only a minority of avant-garde paintings.
26. Olsson trained in the late 1970s at the University of Arizona, where she was part of the avant-garde Paradise Group.
27. While Bourdieu's self-deprecatory claims to priesthood and orthodoxy turn out to be a cover for a very avant-garde sociology of culture.
28. They were partners in an art gallery that specialized in avant-garde paintings by young artists.
29. Located in prominent positions, and as official monuments lacking avant-garde credibility, they have little artistic currency.
30. John Cage, composer and performance artist who profoundly influenced the development of avant-garde music, died 12 August, aged seventy-nine.
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