Recent Examples of scenography from the Web
Clement Blanchet Architecture, Paris, France, and City Architecture, Cleveland, with: WSP Cleveland, engineering; Boulevard Studios, landscape architecture; Ducks Sceno, scenography and multimedia.
Her closest contemporary may be Vija Celmins, another meticulous observer, though Ms. Murphy differs in her use of extreme perspectives and her prepainting scenography.
Wilson, acclaimed for his understated yet deeply meaningful and experimental approach, developed the scenography to present the collection – 40 animal-pair clips will be on display at Chelsea’s Cedar Lake space.
Macron imposes a grandiose scenography of his access to power, marching towards the Arch of Triumph through the Louvre’s courtyard on election night, then parading on a military tank on the Champs-Élysées upon his inauguration.
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Origin and Etymology of scenography
First Known Use: 1611See Words from the same year
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