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They first appeared together in a juvenile skit satirizing German immigrants, which established their act for the rest of their lives.
In court, Daniel's satirizing and his rejection of realism for the fantastic and absurd were deemed anti - Soviet.
In addition to the "infomercial invasion," the February "DUCKMAN" advertising push includes a print ad campaign and wild postings satirizing the fashion world, the television business and political figures and celebrities, both famous and infamous.
They shared a mission in satirizing the essential triviality of humanity's place in the scheme of things.
His sculpture satirizes itself in the act of satirizing the unresolvable standoff between art and life.
Shesgreen's revisionist close reading of Hogarth's 'Enraged Musician' shows how the artist, satirizing his continental rivals, placed a collection of hawkers in the crowded alley of an historical neighbourhood, where, in an atmosphere of filth and stench, the silence of Laroon's Cries is replaced by raucous clamour, and Amigoni's innocent children become a source of social menace.
A: Editorial cartooning is a negative art form: criticizing, satirizing, making fun of authority.
And well they might: Her new show, Jesus Has Two Mommies, puts a wild spin on the Nativity by satirizing Soloway's own lesbian quest to have a baby with her pregnant partner.
Bourgeois Gentleman, The Comedy in five acts by Moliere, gently satirizing the pretensions of the social climber whose affectations are absurd to everyone but himself.
If Kurten were merely satirizing the last century's architecture, that job has surely been done before.
Popular columnist Dan Savage has made a living out of satirizing politicians.
It often takes the form of satirizing human folly and inconsistencies, e.
I found Saar's work to be ham-fisted; learning that it was meant above all to be satirical doesn't change my reaction--unless, of course, Saar is satirizing bad satirical art, in which case I would have to radically reassess my position.
It's tempting to call Plain and Normal a comedy of manners, but that implies that it is about a recognizable world, and it isn't; Wilcox is not satirizing gay New York or office politics.
Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg, The Short story by Mark TWAIN satirizing the vanity of the virtuous.