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readers of this very avant novel should not expect to find much in the way of traditional narrative structure
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But Piper quickly joined the avant-garde of her time, leaving figuration behind for the conceptualism then being formulated by Sol LeWitt and other (mostly male) artists.
Beard directed and the Maysleses worked behind the camera, with additional footage taken by Beale visitors and avant-garde filmmakers Jonas Mekas and Andy Warhol and Warhol collaborator Vincent Fremont.
The Tokyo location is not surprising, given the city’s appreciation for avant-garde fashion of early Simons’s stripe: long, lean, deftly tailored.
Buick’s hallmark toothy grille is now more subdued and the avant-garde LED headlight pods are artfully sculpted.
Alonso, 31, now wants $1.99 million for the 1,556-square-foot crib atop the avant-garde Mei Condo building at 5875 Collins Avenue, according to real estate listings.
From Madonna’s affinity for crucifixes as accessories to Lady Gaga’s avant-garde take on a nun’s habit for her 2011 Monster Ball tour, here’s a look back on 15 iconic fashion moments that were inspired by Catholicism and its aesthetics.
Goncharova also worked in textiles and, with her husband and fellow artist Mikhail Larionov, explored Russian avant-garde styles that would lead to future art movements.
This is a failure of coaching and team-building, straight up. Trapping a star point guard hard isn't exactly some avant-garde defensive strategy.
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